MATH 505 Statistical Methods I (Graduate)

This applied statistics course presents a variety of statistical topics in the context of real world data. The goal of this course is to demonstrate the broad applicability of advanced statistical techniques. Topics include probability, inferences for one and two sample means, inferences for more than two sample means, inferences for one and two sample proportions, multiple- comparison procedures, and nonparametric methods.

Note: This course is available to all eligible teachers regardless of religious affiliation. Some assignments may reflect Indiana Wesleyan University’s faith-based culture

Prerequisite: A bachelor’s degree with a Mathematics major or must be state certified (in any state) to teach Mathematics at a secondary school level.

Related Offerings:
Math 501 Linear Algebra (Fall I 2023 & Fall I 2024)
Math 502 Abstract Algebra (Fall II 2023 & Fall II 2024)
Math 503 Advanced Calculus (Winter/Spring I 2024 & Winter/Spring I 2025)
Math 504 Real Analysis (Winter/Spring II 2024 & Winter/Spring II 2025)
Math 505 Statistical Methods I (Fall I 2023, Summer I 2024 & Summer I 2025)
Math 506 Modern Geometry (Summer II 2024 & Summer II 2025)

Indiana Wesleyan University

Semester: Summer I 2024

Instructor: Brandi Robinson & Jan Edwards-Webster

Credit Hours: 3

Dates: 4/30/24 – 6/24/24

Location: Online Asynchronous

Teacher Level: 9-12

Graduate Certificate: Yes

Master’s Completion Option: Yes

MATH 505 Syllabus

Master of Science in Mathematics in Education

Master of Arts in Curriculum & Instruction