Social Statistics II

Degree Program: Social Administration/(6th semester – elective)

Teaching hours: 3 per week-ECTS 5

Course tutor:Charalampos Tsairidis, Assistant Professor

Course Description and Purpose:

Statistics is often defined as the science that helps us to make wise decisions in the face of uncertainty. This definition of statistics, responds mainly to the content of inferential statistics or statistical inference, which is the subject of this lesson. The methods of inferential statistics help to induce conclusions from the part (sample) of the total (population). The aim of this course is to equip students with the necessary knowledge required to understand the methods of statistical inference.

On completion of the course, students understand the methods of inferential statistics, enabling them to draw conclusions from the part or more accurately from the sample in the whole or in the statistical population.