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Quantitative Reasoning & Scientific Thought

SNRM520

Description

This course provides managers with a basic quantitative literacy to enhance their ability to evaluate and interpret current ecological literature, and implement management procedures that help advance understanding of the systems they manage. Topics covered include ecological study design, use of models in ecology, and advanced statistical approaches such as information-theoretic and Bayesian methods.
Pre Reqs:
College Level : Graduate

Dates

Mar 15, 2021 — May 9, 2021

Location

Distance Education - Online

Registration Information

For credit cost: $1950

What students are saying

“The weekly assignments and interpretative exercises helped me to apply the knowledge I gained from the readings and/or videos. This application has helped me to retain the information so that I could understand the concepts presented the following week.”

“The assignments for this course were very useful in helping to understand further the concepts and technicalities of R which is an extremely difficult program to learn. The interpretive exercises were also nice because they really got you thinking about the concepts of that week and applying them to the ‘real world’.”

Students in SNRM520-01 QUANTITATIVE REASONING & SCIENTIFIC THOUGHT