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PAD/PDD/UST 601, Spring 2007

Applied Quantitative Reasoning I Maxine Goodman Levin College of Urban Affairs Cleveland State University

Date/Time: Monday, 6:00 PM – 9:50PM Location: UR 107 and UR 39 (SPSS Lab) College of Urban Affairs Instructor: Dr. Sugie Lee 2121 Euclid Ave. UR 346 Cleveland OH 44115 Tel: 216-687-2381 Fax: 216-687-2386 Email: sugie.lee@urban.csuohio.edu Office Hours (UR 346): Wednesday 2:00-5:00 PM or by appointment

Graduate Assistants: Timothy Kobie, Ph.D. Student Email: c2203816@urban.csuohio.edu Office Hours: by appointment

Uday Kandula, Ph.D. Student (SPSS Only) Email: u.kandula@csuohio.edu Office Hours: by appointment

Class Description

This course includes basic quantitative methods designed primarily for graduate students in planning and public policy. Quantitative reasoning that entails the collection, analysis, and interpretation of quantitative data is increasingly important in planning and public policy fields. This course is intended to provide students with both a theoretical background of statistical analysis and technical components of statistical analysis using quantitative method tools (e.g., SPSS). This course is organized into four components—lectures, short quiz, homework assignment, and exams. Students are expected to learn quantitative methods and their theoretical concepts and quantitative data analysis and its interpretation using descriptive and inferential statistics.

Class Text and Materials

Required Textbook: Kachigan S. (1982, 1986). Statistical Analysis. New York: Radius Press.

Required Material and Equipment: Six university exam blue-books (Large format) and Calculator

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