Courses - Intermediate Statistics for Health Sciences HPRO 5503   Intermediate Statistics for Health Sciences
This course provides graduate students with a working knowledge of statistical issues and methods commonly used by researchers in the Health Professions. The statistical software package SPSS is introduced and used by students throughout the course. Topics covered include a review of probability and one and two sample inferences for means and proportions. This is followed by some common experimental designs, contingency tables and odds ratios. Final topics are correlation and linear regression (simple and multiple), analysis of variance, analysis of covariance, and logistic regression. A term data analysis project is required in which students make use of both statistical methods learned in class and the SPSS software package.
PREREQUISITES: An introductory statistics course
CROSS-LISTING: KINE 5503.03/LEIS 5503.03/STAT 5990.03