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STATS X 402.1
This advanced statistics course emphasizes practical application of statistical analysis. The course covers the role of statistics in the fields of science, economics, nursing, business, and medical research.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: January 8, 2024
MATH XL 31A
This course is the first of the Calculus series and covers differential calculus and applications and the introduction to integration. The course prepares students for Math XL 31B as well as Chemistry and Physics.
Format: In-Person | Remote
Next Start Date: January 12, 2024
MATH XL 31B
This course is the second of the Calculus series and covers transcendental functions, methods, applications of integration, sequences, and series. The course prepares students for Calculus-based Chemistry and Physics.
Format: Remote
Next Start Date: January 9, 2024
MATH X 402.1
This online course covers the different applications of differential and integral calculus to characteristic problems in the public and private economic sectors. Students learn practical applications of calculus.
Next Start Date: TBA
STATS XL 13
This introductory course for pre-health and pre-medical students covers the presentation and interpretation of data, descriptive statistics, and introduction to correlation, regression, and basic statistical inference.
Format: Remote
Next Start Date: January 11, 2024
STATS XL 10
This introductory course covers statistical understanding including strengths and limitations of basic experimental designs, graphical and numerical summaries of data, inference, and regression as descriptive tool.
Format: Remote
Next Start Date: January 8, 2024
STATS X 402
This introductory statistics course emphasizes practical application of statistical analysis. The introduction covers the role of statistics in the fields of science, economics, nursing, business, and medical research.
Format: Online
Next Start Date: January 8, 2024
MATH XL 1
This foundational course covers topics in Precalculus and is designed to prepare students for college-level Calculus (Math XL 31A).
Format: In-Person
Next Start Date: January 13, 2024
MATH 900
Topics to be discussed include the isomorphism theorems; ascending and descending chain conditions;  prime and maximal ideals; free, simple, and semi-simple modules; the Jacobson radical; and the Wedderburn-Artin Theorem.
Format: In-Person
Next Start Date: TBA

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