# Math 150: Methods in Biostatistics

Methods in Biostatistics is a second course in statistics focused on topics and data found in the life sciences. No biology background is needed, but interest in the life sciences is important.

Methods in Biostatistics is a second course in statistics focused on topics and data found in the life sciences. No biology background is needed, but interest in the life sciences is important.

Introduction to Biostatistics is a first course in statistics focused on topics and data found in the life sciences. No biological background is needed, but interest in the life sciences is important.

A compilation of many different types of data sources.

Statistical Theory is the course where the Introductory Statistics concepts are developed using first principles, probability theory, calculus, and linear algebra. Optimality of procedures is derived and discussed: which measure of ‘best’ should be used to evaluate a method?

Thinking with Data is a general audience statistics courses taught as part of the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program. With half of the students coming from the Claremont Collegea and half coming from the California Rehabilitation Center, students learn statistical ideas side-by-side.

The main idea behind this course is to get the participants (that’s you) to leave in December questioning every number you come across: in the media, at sporting events, when researching for another class, when carrying out your own research, etc.

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