College of Ed & Human Services Courses

CED 589 - Independent Study
Hours: 1-4
Independent Study - Hours: One to four Individualized instruction/research at an advanced level in a specialized content area under the direction of a faculty member. Prerequisites Consent of department head. Note May be repeated when the topic varies.

CED 597 - Special Topics
Hours: 1-4
Hours: One to four - Organized class Note May be graded on a satisfactory (S) or unsatisfactory (U) basis. May be repeated when topics vary

CED 610 - Intro to Grad Statistics
Hours: 3
Introduction to Graduate Statistics Course provides an introduction to statistical methods . It will include a basic introduction to research design, The use of SPSS will be integrated into the course. Content will include populations and samples, organizing and displaying data, probability, normal distribution, tests of significance, correlation and simple regression, Z and T test and Chi Square test. The course meets the requirements for a Level II research tool course

CED 611 - Intermediate Grad Stat
Hours: 3
Intermediate Graduate Statistics - Three semester hours This course is a 3 hour lecture class. The prerequisite is CED 610 or an equivalent introductory graduate course in statistics. This course provides additional training in statistics. It will cover basic statistical concepts of validity and reliability. It will include instruction in using and interpreting tests of statistical tests including: advanced correlational methods, multiple regression, t-tests, ANOVA, two-way factorial ANOVA, and selected nonparametric tests. The use of SPSS will be integrated into the course. Prerequisites : CED 610

CED 697 - Special Topics
Hours: 1-4
Special Topics