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STAT 230 Introductory Statistics

Applied statistics for students with a first-year calculus background. Estimation and testing of hypotheses, problem formulation, models and basic methods in analysis of variance, linear regression, and non-parametrics. Descriptive statistics and probability are presented as a basis for such procedures.

This course is not eligible for Credit/D/Fail grading.

Credits: 3

Pre-reqs: One of MATH 101, MATH 142 and one of DATA 101, COSC 221, ECON 102.


Status Section Activity Term Mode of Delivery Interval Days Start Time End Time Section Comments Course Requires
In-Person Attendance
STAT 230 001Lecture1In-Person Tue Thu11:0012:30

This course has HARD pre-requisites.

Lab registration is required for this course.

Yes
STAT 230 L01Laboratory1In-Person Mon13:0014:00Yes
STAT 230 L02Laboratory1In-Person Tue13:0014:00Yes
STAT 230 L03Laboratory1In-Person Mon16:0017:00Yes
BlockedSTAT 230 L04Laboratory1In-Person Mon13:0014:00Yes
STAT 230 101Lecture2In-Person Mon Wed14:0015:30

This course has HARD pre-requisites. Lab registration is required for this course.

Yes
STAT 230 L2ALaboratory2In-Person Tue10:0011:00Yes
STAT 230 L2BLaboratory2In-Person Tue11:0012:00Yes
STAT 230 L2CLaboratory2In-Person Tue8:009:00Yes
BlockedSTAT 230 L2DLaboratory2In-Person Tue10:0011:00Yes
STAT 230 WL1Waiting List1In-Person

This waitlist is made available for UBC to collect information on demand for this course. There is no commitment by UBC that more seats will be made available. If more seats are made available, or if some of the existing seats become available, you will NOT automatically be moved into a seat and there is NO prioritized access to those seats. It is the student's responsibility to monitor availability and register for classes where possible.

If you are unable to switch from the waitlist due to a prerequisite issue but have an approved waiver, please contact the Department for assistance immediately when a is seat is available.

Yes
STAT 230 WL2Waiting List2In-Person

This waitlist is made available for UBC to collect information on demand for this course. There is no commitment by UBC that more seats will be made available. If more seats are made available, or if some of the existing seats become available, you will NOT automatically be moved into a seat and there is NO prioritized access to those seats. It is the student's responsibility to monitor availability and register for classes where possible.

If you are unable to switch from the waitlist due to a prerequisite issue but have an approved waiver, please contact the Department for assistance immediately when a is seat is available.

Yes