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Fall 2021 Registration is open.

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HSTATS-451-DL3 - INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS (Intensive Option*)
*The Intensive Option indicates a shorter course timeframe (see dates below); all other aspects of the course match the Full Term Option)
Prerequisites: none. This course introduces the student to the foundations of statistical concepts. Topics include organizing data, measures of central tendency, probability, sampling, and statistical hypothesis testing. The course is taught conceptually with minimal emphasis on the mathematical derivation of the formulas.  Syllabus overview.

Faculty: Dr. Sarah Lupis
Credits: 3 undergraduate
Offered: Online (Course meets completely online - never meets onsite)
Dates: 10/25/21- 12/4/21
Cost: $1,575.00 (Fees included)

Spring 2022 Registration is open.

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HSTATS-451-DL - INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS
Prerequisites: none. This course introduces the student to the foundations of statistical concepts. Health care professionals increasingly rely on statistics for a wide range of uses: from describing clinical populations, to evaluating pharmaceutical outcomes, and even increasing efficiency of clinics and hospitals. As such, this course will provide a background on the kinds of statistical testing that are increasingly of use to those in the health fields. Topics include organizing data, measures of central tendency, probability, sampling, and statistical hypothesis testing. The course is taught conceptually with minimal emphasis on the mathematical derivation of the formulas. Syllabus overview.

Faculty: Dr. Sarah Lupis
Credits: 3 undergraduate
Offered: Online (Course meets completely online - never meets onsite)
Dates:1/18/22- 4/27/22
Cost: $1,575.00 (Fees included)

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HSTATS-451-DL2 - INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS (Intensive Option*)

*The Intensive Option indicates a shorter course timeframe (see dates below); all other aspects of the course match the Full Term Option)
Prerequisites: none. This course introduces the student to the foundations of statistical concepts. Health care professionals increasingly rely on statistics for a wide range of uses: from describing clinical populations, to evaluating pharmaceutical outcomes, and even increasing efficiency of clinics and hospitals. As such, this course will provide a background on the kinds of statistical testing that are increasingly of use to those in the health fields. Topics include organizing data, measures of central tendency, probability, sampling, and statistical hypothesis testing. The course is taught conceptually with minimal emphasis on the mathematical derivation of the formulas. Syllabus overview.

Faculty: Dr. Sarah Lupis
Credits: 3 undergraduate
Offered: Online (Course meets completely online - never meets onsite)
Dates: 1/18/22- 3/4/22
Cost: $1,575.00 (Fees included)

REGISTER

HSTATS-451-DL3 - INTRODUCTORY STATISTICS (Intensive Option*)

*The Intensive Option indicates a shorter course timeframe (see dates below); all other aspects of the course match the Full Term Option)
Prerequisites: none. This course introduces the student to the foundations of statistical concepts. Health care professionals increasingly rely on statistics for a wide range of uses: from describing clinical populations, to evaluating pharmaceutical outcomes, and even increasing efficiency of clinics and hospitals. As such, this course will provide a background on the kinds of statistical testing that are increasingly of use to those in the health fields. Topics include organizing data, measures of central tendency, probability, sampling, and statistical hypothesis testing. The course is taught conceptually with minimal emphasis on the mathematical derivation of the formulas. Syllabus overview.

Faculty: Dr. Sarah Lupis
Credits: 3 undergraduate
Offered: Online (Course meets completely online - never meets onsite)
Dates: 3/7/22- 4/22/22
Cost: $1,575.00 (Fees included)

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for Non-Degree Programs,
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Office of Enrollment Services
Building 34, Room 104
Phone: (617) 643-2126
Fax: (617) 724-3849
ihpnondegree@mghihp.edu

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Student Feedback:

"What I like the most about the IHP's prerequisites is how the online format allows for the interjection of incredibly helpful material. This material includes links to videos and animations of DNA transcription and translation, and interactive games for dialing in the names of all the muscles in the body."

~ Sean Doherty, MGH IHP Online Prerequisites Student