SOC 141 - Statistics for Social Sciences
The purpose of this course is to introduce one to the quantitative methods that the social sciences use while researching and analyzing the surrounding social world. The course is designed to center itself around the creation of a statistical tool-belt made up of conceptual tools and methodological skills which quantitative researchers utilize and implement during the research process. In this light, this course is an introduction to the application and the interpretation of quantitative research design and analysis. Several core areas of quantitative sociology will be explored at the descriptive, bivariate, and multivariate level.
Quantitative Analysis, Social Science