MG 5850 - Topics in Statistics/Probability for Middle/Secondary School Teachers
This course is repeatable
Topics for this course can vary, but may focus on one or more of the following: techniques and content for teaching statistics and probability at the secondary level; organizing and displaying univariate data, stem and leaf; box and scatter plots; regression analysis, linear programming, random sampling; confidence intervals and tests of significance; experimental design; discrete and continuous probability functions; and experimental and theoretical probability. Students may explore these ideas through hands-on activities, computer software, or graphing calculators. Students may repeat the course with a different topic as its focus with the permission of the department chair.
*All course information is from the 2013-2014 Catalog.