Statistics Requirement

Many Social Science students are required to include a course in statistics as part of their modular requirements. Please exercise caution when enrolling in these courses as many are listed as “Introductory Statistics” and are antirequisite to each other.

Please review the following list for courses that are considered “Introductory Statistics”.

From Social Science:

  • Economics 2122A/B (Econometrics I),
  • Economics 2222A/B (Intermediate Econometrics I)
  • Geography 2210A/B (Introduction to Spatial Analysis)
  • MOS 2242A/B (Statistics for MOS)
  • Psychology 2810 (Statistics for Psychology),
  • Psychology 2820E (Research Methods and Statistical Analysis in Psychology),
  • Psychology 2830A (Research in Psychology) offered at Huron,
  • Psychology 2850A/B(Statistics for Psychology I)
  • and Psychology 2851A/B(Statistics for Psychology II)
  • or the former Psychology 2885 (Psychological Measurement and Statistics) offered at Brescia
  • Sociology 2205A/B (Statistics for Sociology)

From Science:

  • Biology 2244A/B (Analysis & Interpretation of Biological Data)
  • Statistical Sciences 2035 (Statistics for Business and Social Sciences),
  • Statistical Sciences 2037A/B (Statistics for Health) if taken prior to Fall 2010
  • Statistical Sciences 2122A/B (Statistics for Science)
  • Statistical Sciences 2141A/B (Applied Probability and Statistics for Engineers),
  • Statistical Sciences 2143A/B (Applied Statistics and Data Analysis for Engineers),
  • Statistical Sciences 2244A/B (Statistics for Science)
  • Statistical Sciences 2858A/B (Probability and Statistics II)

From Health Sciences:

  • Health Sciences 3801A/B (Measurement and Analysis in Health Sciences)

From Social Work:

  • Social Work 2205 (Research Methodology and Statistics in Social Work)

The following are not considered “Introductory Statistics”:

  • Psychology 2840 F/G (Research Methods in Psychology)
  • Statistical Sciences 1024 A/B (Introduction to Statistics) – can be taken prior to any of the 2000 or higher level “Introductory Statistics” courses above, but not after.
  • Statistical Sciences 2037A/B (Statistics for Health) if taken Fall 2010 or later & Statistical Sciences 1023 A/B (Statistical Concepts) – no pre - requisites/antirequisites; emphasis on concepts, not calculations.

There is a solution for students enrolled in two modules that each requires a statistics course from the above list. Please read the applicable departmental pages in the Academic Calendar or contact your Department directly for more information.