Prerequisite: Advanced Algebra with a C- or higher and Teacher Recommendation.
Grade Level: 12
Semesters: 1
Credits: 0.5

Students will be introduced to modern statistics and probability theory and the basic statistical ideas needed in such areas as sociology, business, economics, ecology, education, medicine, psychology, and mathematics. (Students may review the Career Clusters in the Course Selection Guide to find the many different career paths in which this course will help them prepare for.) This course includes study in both descriptive and inferential statistics.