Topics include: Sampling methods; Graphical representation of data; Descriptive statistics; Normal distribution; Hypothesis testing; Confidence intervals; Nonparametric techniques; t-tests; Correlation and regression. Applications in the healthcare professions will be emphasized. Excel will be used for calculations and analysis. This course is appropriate for health care majors. Students may not take MATH 123 if credit has been received for MATH 141, or equivalent, without permission from instructor.
Prerequisites: MAGN 101 (c or better) or equivalent, or placement into math 102 or higher
3 credits (3 lecture hours)
These credits count toward the Math and or/Science (list B) requirements for graduation.
Students who successfully complete MATH 123 will fulfill the SUNY General Education requirement for Mathematics.