CJST 6613 - Quantitative Applications in Criminal Justice

Prerequisite: CJST 6611  An introduction to quantitative applications in the field of Criminal Justice. Basic descriptive and inferential statistics. Topics include measurement scales, measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, data distributions, sampling, probability, hypothesis testing, Chi Square, Z-test, T-Test, and Analysis of Variance models. Students will also be introduced to the use of SPSS for data analysis.
3 credit hours.

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