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BST 230 - STATISTICAL THINKING IN PUBLIC HEALTH


College of Public Health

Credit(s): 3

BST 230 provides students with an introduction to statistical concepts that are important for solving real-world public health problems. This course will present statistical principles and associated scientific reasoning underlying public health practice and health policy decision- making. Topics include data visualization, summary statistics, statistical inference, study design and data analysis, and strategies for articulating and evaluating claims using statistical constructs.

Prereq: UKCore course in Quantitative Foundations.
Meets UK Core: Statistical Inferential Reasoning.
Approved for Distance Learning.



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