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**SBS 200 - Introduction to Statistics for the Social Sciences (4 credits)**

**Description:** An introductory course in the fundamentals of modern statistics with applications and examples in the social and behavioral sciences. Topics include: methods for describing and summarizing data, probability, random sampling, estimating population parameters, significance tests, contingency tables, simple linear regression, and correlation**
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**Placement Level:** ALEKS PPL score of 60-100%, SAT I MSS 640-800, ACT MATH 26-36 required.
Test scores expire after one year.

**If my scores are lower than the Placement Level:** Math 100, then Math 107 or Math 112, then SBS 200

**Comments:** If a student who needs this class places directly into it, then it may count as the math foundation requirement depending on the major. Students should always verify this with their major advisor. If they did not test at this level, then Math 107 should be completed beforehand.

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