MAT580.1 Statistical Inference (at the U. of Florence) (Fall)

Open only to students accepted to the special program Florence Center & University of Florence (courses taught in English). 

Taught in English by the University of Florence and open to Syracuse University students. Statistics deals with collecting, organizing and interpreting numerical data. Statistical literacy is an essential skill for understanding and making sensible decisions based on the analysis of quantitative information. Within this framework, the course aims at providing the cornerstones of inferential statistics: the concept of statistical model, the tools of point estimation, of interval estimation and of statistical hypotheses testing.

Number of credits earned is determined by whether course is taken for one or two modules.

Please note that the University of Florence calendar may require students taking this course to stay beyond the regular SU Florence program end-date.

Prereq: At least one college-level introductory math course and one statistics course

Department: Mathematics

Locations: Florence, University of Florence

Semester: Fall

Credits: 3, 4