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SYSTEMS PLUS COLLEGE FOUDATION

Balibago, Angeles City

College of Arts and Social Sciences

Course Outline

Subject: STATISTICS
Subject Code: STAT
Credit Units: 3 Units
Section: CRIM02-A
Schedule/Room: MWF, 8:00 – 11:00 AM / RVJ 105

Outline:
1. Introduction to Statistics
 Definition of Statistics
 Types of Statistics
 Application of Statistics

2. Summation Notation
 Properties of Summation Notations

3. Data Management
 Definition of Data
 Categories of Data
 Data Scales
 Types of Data
 Sampling and Population
 Collection of Data
 Presentation of Data
a. Tabular Form
b. Graphical Form

4. Measures of Central Tendencies


 Mean
 Median
 Mode

5. Measures of Position and Dispersion


 Measure of Position
a. Quartile
b. Decile
c. Percentile
 Measure of Dispersion
a. Range
b. Inter-Quartile Deviation
c. Variance
d. Standard Deviation
 Skewness and Kurtosis

6. Hypothesis Testing
 One-tailed and two-tailed testing
 Chi-square
 T-test
 Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)

7. Test of Relationship
 Correlation
 Spearman Rank Difference
 Pearson r

Book Reference:
Worktext in Basic Statistics, Leofer Graphic Arts (2008)
Basic Statistics, Sicat (2013)

Course Requirement:
The student is required to accomplish the following:
Prelim, Midterm and Final Examination
Case Study in Statistics

Grade Computation:
Final Grade = (Prelim + Midterm + Finals) / 3
Prelim = Midterm Summer Class
Midterm = Finals Summer Class
Finals = (Midterm Summer Class + Finals Summer Class) / 2
Term Grade: 10% Attendance
10% Assignment
10% Seatwork/Boardwork
30% Quizzes
40% Major Exam

Prepared by:

Engr. Ricardo A. Banal Jr.


Instructor, College of Engineering
SYSTEMS PLUS COLLEGE FOUDATION
Balibago, Angeles City

College of Arts and Social Sciences

Course Outline

Subject: STATISTICS
Subject Code: STAT
Credit Units: 3 Units
Section: EED/SEE/SEM/SEP04A
Schedule/Room: MW, 4:00 – 6:00 PM / SJO 101
TH, 7:00 – 12:00 AM / SJO 101

Outline:
1. Introduction to Statistics
 Definition of Statistics
 Types of Statistics
 Application of Statistics

2. Summation Notation
 Properties of Summation Notations

3. Data Management
 Definition of Data
 Categories of Data
 Data Scales
 Types of Data
 Sampling and Population
 Collection of Data
 Presentation of Data
a. Tabular Form
b. Graphical Form

4. Measures of Central Tendencies


 Mean
 Median
 Mode

5. Measures of Position and Dispersion


 Measure of Position
a. Quartile
b. Decile
c. Percentile
 Measure of Dispersion
a. Range
b. Inter-Quartile Deviation
c. Variance
d. Standard Deviation
 Skewness and Kurtosis

6. Hypothesis Testing
 One-tailed and two-tailed testing
 Chi-square
 T-test
 Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)

7. Test of Relationship
 Correlation
 Spearman Rank Difference
 Pearson r

Book Reference:
Worktext in Basic Statistics, Leofer Graphic Arts (2008)
Basic Statistics, Sicat (2013)

Course Requirement:
The student is required to accomplish the following:
Prelim, Midterm and Final Examination
Case Study in Statistics

Grade Computation:
Final Grade = (Prelim + Midterm + Finals) / 3
Prelim = Midterm Summer Class
Midterm = Finals Summer Class
Finals = (Midterm Summer Class + Finals Summer Class) / 2
Term Grade: 10% Attendance
10% Assignment
10% Seatwork/Boardwork
30% Quizzes
40% Major Exam

Prepared by:

Engr. Ricardo A. Banal Jr.


Instructor, College of Engineering
SYSTEMS PLUS COLLEGE FOUDATION
Balibago, Angeles City

College of Arts and Social Sciences

Course Outline

Subject: BIOSTATISTICS
Subject Code: BSTAT
Credit Units: 3 Units
Section: NUR04A
Schedule/Room: MWTH, 1:00 – 4:00 PM / RVJ 104

Outline:
1. Introduction to Biostatistics
 Definition of Statistics
 Types of Statistics
 Definition of Biostatistics
 Application of biostatistics

2. Summation Notation
 Properties of Summation Notations

3. Data Management
 Definition of Data
 Categories of Data
 Data Scales
 Types of Data
 Sampling and Population
 Collection of Data
 Presentation of Data
a. Tabular Form
b. Graphical Form

4. Measures of Central Tendencies


 Mean
 Median
 Mode

5. Measures of Position and Dispersion


 Measure of Position
a. Quartile
b. Decile
c. Percentile
 Measure of Dispersion
a. Range
b. Inter-Quartile Deviation
c. Variance
d. Standard Deviation
 Skewness and Kurtosis

6. Hypothesis Testing
 One-tailed and two-tailed testing
 Chi-square
 T-test
 Analysis of Variance (ANOVA)

7. Test of Relationship
 Correlation
 Spearman Rank Difference
 Pearson r

Book Reference:
Worktext in Basic Statistics, Leofer Graphic Arts (2008)
Basic Statistics, Sicat (2013)

Course Requirement:
The student is required to accomplish the following:
Prelim, Midterm and Final Examination
Case Study in Statistics

Grade Computation:
Final Grade = (Prelim + Midterm + Finals) / 3
Prelim = Midterm Summer Class
Midterm = Finals Summer Class
Finals = (Midterm Summer Class + Finals Summer Class) / 2
Term Grade: 10% Attendance
10% Assignment
10% Seatwork/Boardwork
30% Quizzes
40% Major Exam

Prepared by:

Engr. Ricardo A. Banal Jr.


Instructor, College of Engineering