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JS 203, Seminar in Applied Statistics in Justice

Time: W 4:30 - 7:15 PM
Location: Clark 125

Description

This course teaches graduate students quantitative data analysis skills that are necessary for "doing" professional research, whether academic or applied. Students gain practice analyzing quantitative data with commonly used statistical techniques, and they learn to properly report their findings to others. Although essential for research, the skills learned in this course are also marketable to the numerous businesses and organizations that need information analysts.

The on-line readings for this course are in files labeled "course documents" below.