CLJ 262. Research Methods II. 3 hours.
Statistical data analysis in the criminology, law, and justice context. Probability, t-tests, correlation, regression, sampling theory, tests of significance. Problems with police and crime survey data. Course Information: Prerequisite(s): MATH 090 or MATH 105.
...U.S. Society General Education category. b CLJ 262 also fulfills the LAS Quantitative Reasoning...
...At present, such courses include COMM 201 , CLJ 262 , POLS 201 , PSCH 343 , and SOC...