Certificate in Introduction to Statistics Online Course
Learn to successfully interpret basic statistical procedures
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Improve Your Data Analysis With Our Online Statistics Course
Our Online Statistics course is perfect for anybody needing to gain a better understanding of statistics. Regardless of whether statistics is a new field for you or you just need to refresh your statistical knowledge, this statistics online course will further your knowledge of statistics and enhance your ability to make informed decisions using the data available to you.
This introductory online statistics course combines gives you the knowledge, and skills to analyze data with confidence. Throughout the course, you will be given opportunities to investigate the use and application of data to reallife problems and circumstances.
The statistics course online will give you a complete introduction to the world of statistics, starting with the allimportant concepts of data and data collection practices. With those concepts bedded down, you will go on to learn how to summarize statistical information using graphs, charts, and numbers. You will discover how to determine probabilities and form an understanding of how probabilities are used in the decisionmaking process.
These statistics classes online will show you how to visualize and measure data relationships. You will also learn how to effectively utilize data for forecasting and prediction purposes. The statistics training online will also explore the fundamentals of statistical inference and introduce you to the concept of statistically significant results.
This statistics class online training consistently makes use of real data and an array of practical examples sourced across the statistical spectrum. You will use data related to business and industry, sports, politics, health care and medicine, education, politics, the social sciences, and news events.
There is no need to be concerned about having to perform intricate calculations as the online statistics class will introduce you to a range of free online resources that will assist you in making calculations.
After taking statistics online course you will have no trouble in being able to effectively apply and interpret fundamental statistical procedures.
Statistics Course Online Quick Facts:
 Just 6 weeks required to complete the Introduction to Statistics Online Courses
 Between 2 and 4 hours weekly study is all that is required to complete the course
 This statistics certificate online course is a complete online course
 Course content is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year
 Course content is compatible with any computer or smart device
 The online statistics certificate course is instructorled enabling you to ask questions and interact with them as required
 Learn statistics at your own pace from your home or workplace at a time of your choosing
 Course material can be downloaded in print or electronic format
 A certificate at completion is awarded to students who successfully complete the course
How is the Online Statistics Course studied?
A welcome email detailing your online statistics certificate course access information will be forwarded to you once you have enrolled in the course. If the email does not arrive within 15 minutes after enrollment, check your spam/junk email folder before contacting our help desk.
As new online course statistics classes commence on a monthly basis, please nominate your start date to assist us in ensuring that the appropriate student/tutor ratio is maintained.
The CoursesForSuccess.com online statistics course is designed to be as easy to follow and comprehend.
Recognition & Accreditation
All students who completeIntroduction to Statistics Online Course receive a certificate of completion with a passing score (for the online assessment) and will be issued a certificate via email.
There are 12 units of study
What Is Statistics, Anyway?
What's statistics really about? How do you collect reliable data and use it to make informed decisions? In Lesson 1, you'll learn some of the concepts and terms we'll use throughout the course. You'll also find out how statistics affects events in the news and in your everyday life.
Quantitative Data: From Averages to zScores
Once you have a set of data, how can you summarize and interpret it to figure out what it really means? In Lesson 2, you'll learn to summarize data and describe its center along with its variability. As you learn to calculate mean, median, range, and standard deviation, I'll provide examples from different workplaces. You'll see how statistics plays a part in medicine, human resources, education, politics, finance, and marketing.
Displaying Quantitative Data: Dots, Plots, and Histograms
Is there an easier way of understanding data than peering at column after column of numbers? Yes! In Lesson 3, you'll see quantitative data displayed in dot plots, histograms, and many other forms. Knowing how to read and construct these graphs will help you see patterns and spot unusual values in data. Our examples in this lesson come from medicine, mortgage lending, classrooms, biologists' field notes, and the aisles of your local grocery store.
Displaying Qualitative Data: Percentages, Charts, and Graphs
"How much satisfaction do you get from your friendships?" "Would you vote for a qualified woman for president?" "Which mountain in the Himalayas is most dangerous to climb?" In Lesson 4, you'll learn to summarize and display qualitative data from questions like these. We'll focus on charts and tables, and along the way you'll see examples from business, government, and medicine.
Is There a Link? Scatterplots and Correlation
Is there a link between the poverty rate and the crime rate? Is your score on a math exam related to your anxiety level? In Lesson 5, we'll look at relationships between two quantitative variables. You'll learn to make scatterplots and describe what you see. You'll also use correlation to measure the strength of a particular link.
Linear Regression: How Can We Predict the Future?
Can we predict the next worldrecord time in the mile run? How can we forecast CO2 levels in the atmosphere? In Lesson 6, we'll go beyond describing and measuring association between variables. You'll use linear regression to find an equation that models the data. Then you'll use the equation to make predictions.
What's the Chance of That? Probability Concepts
What's the chance you'll have a coin come up "heads" five times in a row? What about drawing four aces from a deck of cards or picking the winning lottery numbers? In Lesson 7, we'll study the basics of probability. You'll learn the rules that govern probability and see how to apply them in a variety of situations.
Probability Models: What's Normal?
What should you expect to happen in a game involving chance? How can you estimate the probability that a healthy baby will be born underweight? In Lesson 8, we'll talk about probability models and expected value. Our focus will be the most common probability model in statistics: the normal model. You'll see this bellshaped distribution in a variety of settings, and you'll learn to use it to estimate probabilities.
The Key to Inference: Sampling Distributions
How can we move beyond the sample at hand to make predictions and draw conclusions about the population? In Lesson 9, you'll discover the key that lets you make inferences about the population. You'll see the most important result in all of statistics—the central limit theorem—and you'll learn why the normal model plays such an important role in statistics. You'll also find out how to use data and probability to evaluate a claim.
How Certain Are We? Confidence Intervals for Proportions
"The margin of error for this poll is plus or minus 3%." What does that mean, anyway? In Lesson 10, we'll begin our journey into statistical inference by focusing on confidence intervals for proportions. You'll learn to calculate the margin of error and use it to build an interval for estimating a population proportion. You'll also see how to estimate the sample size you'd need for a survey.
Trial by Data: Testing Hypotheses About Proportions
Is there really a home team advantage in sports? Did that television ad your company bought result in increased awareness of your product? In Lesson 11, you'll learn to answer questions such as these by testing an appropriate hypothesis using proportions. You'll find out what steps make up a hypothesis test and how you can interpret the results, make inferences, and arrive at informed decisions.
Inference About Means
How do you test hypotheses about means? For example, how can you use a confidence interval to estimate the average number of hours Americans use the Internet each week? In our last lesson together, you'll get an introduction to inference for means. You'll learn to calculate and interpret confidence intervals and hypothesis tests for a mean, and you'll see how to analyze data from a paired experiment. And while we're at it, you'll find out what the history of statistics has to do with the quality of beer in Ireland.
Entry requirements
Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.
Minimum education
Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.
Computer requirements
Students will need access to a computer and the internet.
Minimum specifications for the computer are:
Windows:
 Microsoft Windows XP, or later
 Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)
MAC/iOS
 OSX/iOS 6 or later
 Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)
All systems
 Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
 Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)
Students will also need access the following applications:
Adobe Acrobat Reader
Through wellcrafted lessons, expert online instruction and interaction with your tutor, participants in these courses gain valuable knowledge at their convenience. They have the flexibility to study at their own pace combined with enough structure and support to complete the course. And they can access the classroom 24/7 from anywhere with an Internet connection.
New sessions of each course run every month. They last six weeks, with two new lessons being released weekly (for a total of 12). The courses are entirely Webbased with comprehensive lessons, quizzes, and assignments. A dedicated professional instructor facilitates every course; pacing learners, answering questions, giving feedback, and facilitating discussions.
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Course Summary
Course ID No.:  007STAT 

Delivery Mode: 
Online 
Course Access:  68 weeks 
Tutor Support:  Yes 
Time required:  24 Hours 
Assessments:  Yes 
Qualification:  Certificate 
Start Dates
This course is available to begin on the following dates
 17 July
 14 August
 11 September
 16 October
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