PHY 211 - Introduction to Computational Methods

Introduction to Computational Methods is an introductory course in engineering and science statistics that emphasize its practical use as an investigative tool in support of the scientific method.  Major topics addressed include:

  • the scientific method
  • the nature and behavior of statistical data, and
  • the proper acquisition of statistical data and analysis of it.

Analytical tools include exploratory data analysis, hypothesis testing, statistical process control (SPC), analysis of variance (ANOVA) and design of experiments (DOE).  This course is project based and is excellent preparation to employment as a technician or for additional university studies.  Click here for more details.

For more information contact: 

Art Ross
Phone:  (937) 512-2236