May 23, 2022  
2021-2022 Catalogue 
    
2021-2022 Catalogue
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CJ 390 - Statistical Techniques for Criminal Justice


This course involves the application of statistical techniques to social science data as typically illustrated in the research and writing of Criminal Justice professionals. As a course for majors, it represents an important part of the student’s methodological training with respect to the statistical analysis of data typically used by social scientists. Students are expected to carry out a number of exercises involving the statistical analysis of data and to interpret the results. The course covers widely used statistical techniques including descriptive and inferential statistics, hypothesis testing, cross tabulation, correlation, and linear regression. Junior Standing Only for Criminal Justice Majors (Can be a non-junior if you are not a Criminal Justice Major) (Formerly CJ 200)

Note: Meets Quantitative Reasoning Learning Outcome (QUAN)

Four credits.



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