MATH215: Elementary Statistics II
Section: EN1     (eLearning)

About This Course

Semester and YearNovember 2010 / (10 weeks): Nov 2, 2009 to Jan 13, 2010
(See "Getting Started" below for details about orientation)


Elaine Fitt   Email:
Phone: 215-968-8260

Course Credits

3 credits

Time Requirements

Plan a minimum of 8 - 12 hours per week for your coursework. While online learning courses provide flexibility in time, geography, and travel, the work required for successful completion is identical to that for the face-to-face course.   Your instructor may specify additional time requirements in the "Other information" field below or during your orientation.

Delivery Mode

Web-based course

Official College Course Description

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Student Characteristics

Open to self-motivated, self-disciplined students who can handle college-level work and study independently.

Instructor Provided Course Syllabus

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Student Requirements

This course has the following requirements for students:
  • Other special requirements may apply. Consult "Other Information about the Section" for details.

Getting Started With This Course


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Instructor's Welcome Page

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Accessing Your Course

Publisher's Website

This course will use a website developed by a textbook publisher. Specific details for accessing this website will be provided by your instructor.

Purchasing Your Books and Other Course Materials

While you may purchase your books and other course materials from the provider of your choice (using the ISBN number available through the course's academic department where applicable to ensure the correct version), both the campus bookstore and our online bookstore, guarantee that they stock the correct version for your course.

Approximately 3 weeks prior to the start of the session you can use the link below to see the list of books that have been selected by your instructor. If you have any questions about the course materials listed, please contact your instructor or the academic department directly.

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Other Information about the Course

This is a 3-credit course. Expect to spend at least two hours of study for each class hour. Study time should be spent: a) Going over notes from previous class. Taking careful notes is important. Write down concepts or problems that you do not understand during class. Come in for help if you need it. b) Doing assigned problems. The best way to learn mathematics is to do problems. Practice of homework assignments cannot be overemphasized. Suggestion - put an * next to problems which give you trouble and ask about them during the next class. c) Watch the video lesson on the CD that corresponds to the topic covered in class. Read the text material paralleling the topics covered in class. It is important to stay in touch on a regular basis. If you have problems or questions please contact me via email at Please remember to include your full name, course and section number. All tests will be proctored. There is a testing center at each of the three campuses: Newtown, Upper County, and Bristol. You may use any of them.