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NRSG 700 Analysis of Variance for Nursing Research

NRSG 700.  Analysis of Variance for Nursing Research.  2 Credits.     

In this course, students will learn appropriate analytic approaches for experimental and quasi-experimental research designs. Basic statistical foundations such as distributional assumptions and hypothesis testing will be reviewed. Essential statistical concepts, including effect size, power and sample size, and error rates will be discussed in the context of experimental designs. The core focus of the course will be a general linear model approach to analysis of variance (ANOVA) methods including one-way ANOVA, contrasts and post hoc tests, factorial designs, analysis of covariance (ANCOVA), and repeated measures ANOVA. Applications of methods for nursing and healthcare research will be examined. Prerequisite: Graduate level introductory statistics course or consent of instructor.

Doctor of Philosophy in Rehabilitation Science

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