BSTA 511 Estimation and Hypothesis Testing for Applied Biostatistics
Instructor(s): Jodi Lapidus, PhD
Course Description This course is designed for students in the Biostatistics Certificate Program, the MS in Biostatistics Program, the Epidemiology & Biostatistics Track of the Oregon MPH program, and others who will go on to take Biostatistics 2 and 3. A broad range of topics in probability, distribution, estimation and hypothesis testing will be covered. These will be followed by nonparametric methods and simple methods for categorical data. In addition, one-way analysis of variance (ANOVA) and correlation and simple linear regression will be covered. Most homework will require using statistical software (Stata, R).
Term Offered Fall
Prerequisite Admission to the MPH, Biostatistics Certificate, or MS in Biostatistics Program, or permission of the instructor.
PHPM Cross-Listing PHPM 525 Biostatistics I (MPH students must register using the PHPM prefix; all others must register under BSTA 511)