MATH 510 Applied Statistics

This course will cover the material found in an introductory statistics course, but at a deeper level. The overall goal is a higher level of mastery and understanding of basic probability and statistical inference to be able to teach it effectively to AP Stats students. There will also be technological (graphing calculators) and pedagogical components to the course. Assessment will be in the form of weekly online homework and two exams (proctored, roughly 40% and 75% of the way through the semester) to judge content mastery, exam debriefs and weekly discussion boards to transition from content learning to instruction, and a semester-long project designing and developing an instructional module equivalent to around 2-3 hours of (AP Stats) class time.

Prerequisite:  Introductory Statistics Course (Basic Probability, Random Variables & Distributions, Sampling, Confidence Intervals & Hypothesis Tests, Simple Linear Regression & ANOVA). Equivalent to UINDY MATH 220 or content of AP Stats.

Related Offerings:

MATH 510 Applied Statistical Methods (3 credit hrs.) (Summer 2024)
MATH 520 Number Theory (3 credit hrs.) (Summer 2025)
MATH 530 Abstract Algebra (4 credit hrs.) (Fall 2023 & Fall 2025)
MATH 540 Modern Geometries (4 credit hrs.) (Winter/Spring 2024 & Winter/Spring 2025)
MATH 550 Mathematical Analysis (4 credit hrs.) (Fall 2024)

University of Indianapolis

Semester: Full Summer 2024

Instructor: Steven Lancette

Credit Hours: 3 Graduate

Date: 5/13/24 – 8/16/24

Location: Online (asynchronous w/ synchronous options)

Teacher Level: Grades 9-12

Graduate Certificate Available: Yes

Master’s Completion Option: Yes

MATH 510 Syllabus

Master of Arts in Curriculum & Instruction