Probability for Scientists Bio 409 / Stat 479 Tu Thu 12:30-1:45 pm

Probability for Scientists is a hands-on, interdisciplinary introduction to probability theory that emphasizes big-picture thinking. Problems are introduced via in-class exploration of physical objects such as coins, dice, and cards. Learn what randomness really looks like, how to read a histogram, and why the normal distribution is so common.

Probability for Scientists is appropriate for students from a range of backgrounds and disciplines, including undergraduate and graduate students. This course is cross-listed in Biology & Statistics, and has no prerequisites other than curiosity