|Description||Methods and experience in defining and solving quantitative problems in biology, including design of experiments, and parametric and nonparametric statistical techniques. Students with credit or concurrent registration in the following lower division courses will be awarded a total of four units for the two (or more) courses: Biology 215; Administration, Rehabilitation and Postsecondary Education 201; Civil Engineering 160; Economics 201; Political Science 201; Psychology 280; Sociology 201; Statistics 119, 250.|
|Prerequisite||Credit or concurrent registration in Biology 203, 203L or 204, 204L and Mathematics 122, 124, 141, or 150.|
|Course Hours||Two lectures and three hours of laboratory.|
Additional software required for course (via campus license, freely available, or by subscription [i.e. electronic content associated with textbook publisher]). This software is needed to analyze data, provide online supplemental materials for your course, or for programming/scripting (i.e. R or Python). Refer to course syllabus for details.
Distance Education course. All class meetings and activities take place online.
Canvas & Blackboard Learning Management Systems: SDSU is currently transitioning from Blackboard to Canvas as the primary campus learning management system. Students may have courses delivered via both systems, therefore it is recommended that students access both Canvas and Blackboard. Canvas can be accessed at canvas.sdsu.edu using your SDSUid login. Blackboard will be available until the end of Spring 2021 and can be accessed at blackboard.sdsu.edu using your SDSUid login.
Required materials for this course: Webcam and microphone.