Beginning fall 2013 the Statistics Department is offering STAT-S303, Applied Statistical Methods for the Life Sciences (3 cr.). HUBI majors wondering which stats course to take to meet their stats requirement may find this course to be an excellent option. This course will cover the topics important for quantitative analysis of complex problems facing humanity. The prerequisite is MATH-M014 or equivalent. For details see the course description in the College of Arts & Sciences Academic Bulletin
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