Carleton University

Statistics & Research Methods Courses

Course Code Title Weight
CRCJ 3001 Quantitative Methods in Criminology 0.5
ECON 2201 Statistical Methods in Economics and Business I 0.5
ECON 2202 Statistical Methods in Economics and Business II 0.5
ENST 2006 or GEOG 2006 Introduction to Quantitative Research 0.5
PSCI 2701 Introduction to Research Methods in Political Science 0.5
PSCI 2702 Quantitative Research Methods in Political Science 0.5
PSYC 2001 or NEUR 2001 Introduction to Research Methods in Psychology 0.5
PSYC 2002 or NEUR 2002 Introduction to Statistics in Psychology 0.5
PSYC 3000 Design & Analysis in Psychological Research 1
STAT 2507 Introduction to Statistical Modeling I 0.5
STAT 2509 Introduction to Statistical Modeling II 0.5
STAT 2559 Basics of Statistical Modeling (Honours) 0.5
STAT 2606 Business Statistics I 0.5
STAT 2607 Business Statistics II 0.5
STAT 3502 Probability & Statistics 0.5
STAT 4605 Statistical Methods in Biostatistics (Honours) 0.5
STAT 4606 Practices in Biostatistics (Honours) 0.5

Anatomy & Physiology Courses

Remember that you need one half credit in human anatomy and one half credit in human physiology. You can also use two combined human anatomy and physiology half credit courses to fulfill this requirement; however, if you choose this option, you must use two combined anatomy/physiology half credit courses.

Course Code Title Weight Anatomy Physiology
BIOL 2005 Human Physiology 0.5 x
BIOL 3305 or *BIOL 61.335 Human and Comparative Physiology 0.5 x
BIOL 3306 Human Anatomy and Physiology 0.5 x x
BIOL 3307 Advanced Human Anatomy and Physiology 0.5 x x

*Acceptable course that is no longer offered