|Quantitative Meth:Intrnl Pol - 34494 - IPOL 320 - 70|
Prerequisites of GOVT006/060 and GOVT040/121. A student who has taken MATH040 cannot take IPOL320/ INAF320 for credit. From Fall 2017, INAF320 and IPOL320 cover the the same content - a student may register for only one of these courses.
Priority given to students who have declared IPOL major. This course is offered through the RPX classroom with the professor in DC and students in Doha. The class will meet at the same time in Doha all semester – the professor’s time will change with daylight saving time.
This course enables students to build a foundation in statistical and visual methods of analyzing quantitative information. Topics include, but are not limited to, describing bivariate relationships, point and interval estimation, null hypothesis significance testing, effect size estimation, and multivariate analysis (up to and including multivariate regression).
Associated Term: Spring 2019
Registration Dates: Dec 07, 2018 to Jan 14, 2019
Attributes: SFS/RCST Theory and Methods
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