Take Statistics in Spring!
Statistics is the required transfer-level math course for majors like Psychology, History, Art, Ethnic Studies, Anthropology, Criminal Justice, Political Science, Health Education, Journalism, Child Development, or other non-technical fields.
You can take either Statistics or Statistics with Support. Choose the class that is best for you!
Statistics (4 units)
|Course||Class Code||Meeting Times||Instructor|
Statistics with Support (6 units total)
|In Statistics with Support, you will learn all the same statistics concepts while also having time to review any necessary prerequisite material.|
|Course||Class Codes||Meeting Times||Instructor|
|Math 13+213||25092 & 25093||asynchronous (starting 2/8/21)||Uhlman|
Which is the right class for you? It depends on your high school GPA:
➤ If your GPA was 3.0 or higher, take Math 13.
➤ If your GPA was between 2.3 and 3.0, then Math 13+213 is recommended.
➤ If you don’t have recent HS transcripts or your GPA was less than 2.3, then Math 13+213 is required.
If you have any trouble enrolling in the appropriate math class, please email Dan Lawson at firstname.lastname@example.org.