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  MTH132 Introductory Statistics Spring 2022
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CRN Subj Crse Sec Credits Title Campus Addl Fees
37904 MTH 132 51 3 Introductory Statistics Online $46
Term Start Date Term End Date Times Days Bldg Room
JAN 31, 2022 MAY 20, 2022 Online Online OL ARR
Instructor(s) Instruction Type Max Enroll Enroll

Lindsay Steighorst

Online Lecture 25 20
Section Comments
*MTH132-51: Online course, 14-week course. See term start and end dates listed above. Two proctored tests are required that may be taken on-campus or through an approved remote testing location. After registering, please e-mail instructor using link provided above. Requires weekly Internet assignments. High speed Internet access strongly recommended.



Course Description
MTH 132 Introductory Statistics

Prerequisites: Reading Proficiency and one of the following math requirements:
3.0+ HS GPA, HiSET Career/College Ready, or GED 175+ within five years
ACT math score of 22+ within two years
JC NON-STEM Math Readiness Test score of 50+ within two years
Accuplacer Next Gen quantitative reasoning score of 240+ within two years
Accuplacer elementary algebra score of 107+ within two years
Accuplacer college level math score of 39+ within two years
MTH002 or 084 with a grade of "A"
MTH110 or MTH128 with a grade of "C"or better


MTH092 Support for Introductory Statistics can be taken concurrently if the following is met:
Reading Proficiency and one of the following math requirements:
3.0+ HS GPA or GED scores of 165-174 within six-seven years
JC Non-Stem math readiness score of 20-49 within two years
Accuplacer Next Gen quantitative reasoning score of 230+ within two years
Accuplacer elementary algebra score of 45+ within two years Accuplacer college level math score of 20+ within two years
MTH002 or MTH084 grade of "B" or "C"


Introductory Statistics is an introduction to the use of basic tools and methods of probability and statistics. Students will use these tools to describe populations and find their place within them, explore the relationship between related phenomena and use it to make predictions, and determine the likelihood of particular outcomes in given situations. This course will meet the requirement for the Associate of Arts Degree. Students may not apply both MTH132 and MTH168 toward graduation. (F)

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