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Are these two Statistics courses equivalent?
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Hi all, does this look like equivalent courses between Olivet Nazarene and TESU ... I know that there's no guarantee, but is it a safe bet? 

I highlighted the matching topics in GREEN.

MATH-120 Intro to Statistics (ONU)
Basic descriptive statistics
Probability
The normal distribution
Hypothesis-testing
Regression
Correlation


STA-201 Principles of Statistics (TESU)
Sampling and data
Descriptive statistics
Probability
Statistical distributions
Hypothesis testing
Distribution-free testing
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As far as we are aware, TESU brings all statistics courses in as STA-201. There are minor exceptions when a statistics-heavy course is called something else. Such as Strayer's "MAT 210 Data-Driven Decisions" which TESU brings in as MAT299. But, otherwise, yes. They're equivalent courses in TESU's eyes.
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Yes, for TESU, any statistics course will fill that requirement. I assume you're trying to use this for the RA requirements? Otherwise, I would have recommended the cheaper/easier/faster options from ACE instead.
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(10-14-2021, 08:21 AM)rachel83az Wrote: As far as we are aware, TESU brings all statistics courses in as STA-201. There are minor exceptions when a statistics-heavy course is called something else. Such as Strayer's "MAT 210 Data-Driven Decisions" which TESU brings in as MAT299. But, otherwise, yes. They're equivalent courses in TESU's eyes.

Thanks Rachel.

(10-14-2021, 05:55 PM)bjcheung77 Wrote: Yes, for TESU, any statistics course will fill that requirement.  I assume you're trying to use this for the RA requirements?  Otherwise, I would have recommended the cheaper/easier/faster options from ACE instead.

Thanks BJ, y its to get RA. I'm right up to the line with 30 on my plan because I don't have any college at all, so this one is teh easiest way it seem for me to get them.
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