ANTH 3307 – Statistics for Anthropology
(3 credits – TG) 1 hour lecture, 2 hours tutorial
This course offers an introduction to descriptive and inferential statistical techniques as applied to anthropological research. Through instruction and laboratory practice, students will develop a working knowledge of how statistical concepts can be used to correctly analyze, interpret, and evaluate research findings.
Prerequisites: Anthropology 1102 or 1104 and Anthropology 1103 or 1106 and one of the second year core courses (Anthropology 2225, 2229, or 2241) or consent of the department.
Strongly recommended: Mathematics 30 (Pure or Applied)