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Eastern Samar State University

GRADUATE SCHOOL
Borongan City

COURSE SYLLABUS
Course Code: MAED 605
Course Title: STATISTICAL METHODS
Semester: Second Semester
Academic Year: 2016-2017
Program: MA in Teaching, major in Vocational Education; MA in Management
Department:
Prerequisite/Co-requisite: Undergraduate Statistics
No. of Units: 3 Units
Total Number of Hours: 54 Hours
University Vision:
University Mission:
University Core Values:
A synergistic multi-campus university producing competent, value- The university shall primarily provide advanced education, higher Excellence
laden and globally competitive graduates who are proactive in
professional and technological instruction and training in the
Integrity
promoting the socio-economic prosperity of the country.
fields of Agriculture, Arts and Sciences, Business and Industry,
Accountability
Computer and Information Technology, Education, Engineering,
Environmental Sciences, Forestry, Law and Criminal Justice,
Medicine and Allied Sciences, and other related fields of studies. It
shall intensify its research, extension, and production functions
and provide progressive leadership in its areas of specialization.
Graduate School Goals
Program Objectives:
1. Provide relevant and responsive advanced educational
The program shall aim to produce graduates who:
programs in science and technology, agri-industrial
1. Have deep, integrated, and principled understanding of how management theories, principles, and
education, educational management, and allied disciplines
practices can be applied in educational learning institutions;
consistent with the university mandate.
2. Have creative and innovative ideas in carrying out processes involved in Educational Management
2. Promote the conduct of scholarly research, sustainable
to respond to the demands of an improved School-Based Management System; and
extension activities, and engage in income-generating
3. Can conduct relevant education-related research and extension activities which will contribute to
projects to improve qualities of life of service areas.
the improvement of school management policies and practices.
3. Develop leadership and management skills in mobilizing
human resources and empowerment vital to national
progress and the preservation of cultural heritage.

Course Description: This course deals with the study of statistical methods and techniques commonly employed and their practical use in decision-making.
Program Outcomes:
Course Learning Outcomes:
1. An ability to recognize, formulate, and solve problems
LO1. Develop an insight into the basic statistical concepts
2. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
needed by graduate students relative to their
3. Specialized knowledge in each applicable field, and the ability to apply such knowledge to provide
profession.
solutions to actual problems.
LO2. Describe extensively the various statistical tools used
in both descriptive and inferential statistics, explain the
use of each tool, compare with other tools, and state the
assumptions that each tool requires.
LO3. Apply the various statistical tools appropriately in
data analysis.
TOPICS
Course Introduction and Orientation
1. Basic Statistical Concepts
2. Organizing and Presenting Data
2.1. Methods of Data Presentation
2.2. Frequency Distribution Tables
2.3. Frequency Polygons, Histograms,
Ogives, Stem-and-Leaf Plots
3. Measures of Central Tendency
3.1. Arithmetic Mean
3.2. Median
3.3. Mode
4. Measures of Variability
4.1. Range
4.2. Interquartile Range
4.3. Variance
4.4. Standard Deviation

Time
Allotment
1 hour

Teaching and Learning


Activities
Lecture, Class Discussion

2 hours

Lecture, Class Discussion

3 hours

Lecture, Class Discussion,


Collaborative Work

Problem Sets, Learning


Modules

R1, R2, R3, Course


Website

3 hours

Lecture, Class Discussion,


Collaborative Work

Problem Sets, Learning


Modules

R1, R2, R3, Course


Website

3 hours

Lecture, Class Discussion,


Collaborative Work

Problem Sets, Learning


Modules

R1, R2, R3, Course


Website

LO1

LO2

LO3

Outcomes-Based
Assessment

References
Course Syllabus
R1, R2, R3, Course
Website

5. Measures of Position
5.1. Quartiles
5.2. Deciles
5.3. Percentiles
6. Normal Distribution
6.1. The Normal Curve and its
Properties
6.2. Areas under the Normal Curve
6.3. Probability and the Normal Curve
7. Skewness and Kurtosis
8. Introduction to Inductive or Inferential
Statistics
9. Hypothesis Testing
9.1. Testing for Significance of
Difference in Means
9.2. Testing for Significance of
Relationship
10. Correlational Analyses
10.1. Pearson Product Moment
Correlation Coefficient
10.2. Spearman Rank Correlation
Coefficient
10.3. Point-Biserial Correlation
Coefficient
10.4. Phi Correlation Coefficient

3 hours

Lecture, Class Discussion,


Collaborative Work

Problem Sets, Learning


Modules

R1, R2, R3, Course


Website

3 hours

Lecture, Class Discussion,


Collaborative Work

Problem Sets, Learning


Modules

R1, R2, R3, Course


Website

2 hours

1 hour

Lecture, Class Discussion,


Collaborative Work
Lecture, Class Discussion,
Collaborative Work

Problem Sets, Learning


Modules
Problem Sets, Learning
Modules

R1, R2, R3, Course


Website
R1, R2, R3, Course
Website

9 hours

Lecture, Class Discussion,


Collaborative Work

Problem Sets, Learning


Modules, Reflection
Paper

R1, R2, R3, Course


Website

Lecture, Class Discussion,


Collaborative Work

Problem Sets, Learning


Modules, Critique of a
Research Proposal

R1, R2, R3, Course


Website

Lecture, Class Discussion,


Collaborative Work
Lecture, Class Discussion,
Collaborative Work

Problem Sets, Learning


Modules
Problem Sets, Learning
Modules

R1, R2, R3, Course


Website
R1, R2, R3, Course
Website

9 hours

11. Regression Analysis

3 hours

12. Chi-Square Test for Goodness of Fit and


Independence

3 hours

13. One-way Analysis of Variance


Major Examinations

3 hours

6 hours

Lecture, Class Discussion,


Collaborative Work

Problem Sets, Learning


Modules
Context-based Written
Examination

R1, R2, R3, Course


Website

Total Number of Hours


54 hours
References:
1. Bluman, A. G. (2004). Elementary Statistics: A Step by Step Approach. Fifth Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill Education, Inc.
2. Triola, M. (1998). Elementary Statistics. District of Columbia: Addison-Wesley-Longman, Inc.
3. Spiegel, M.R. & Stephens, L.J. (2008). Schaums Outline of Theory and Problems of Statistics. Fourth Edition. New York: McGraw-Hill Education, Inc.
Course Website:
MATHbyCHUA [mathbychua.weebly.com]
Chua, V. (2016, November). Statistical Methods. Retrieved from MATHbyCHUA: http://mathbychua.weebly.com/statistical-methods.html
Class Policies:
Grading System:
1. Graduate students who are officially enrolled in the course must attend classes regularly;
Attendance
10%
2. Students are required to actively participate in class discussions and activities.
Class Performance
20%
3. Students are required to comply with all necessary requirements including learning modules, projects,
Learning Outputs (Quizzes, Projects, Modules) 30%
and term papers.
Major Examination
40%
4. Students must pass all major examinations.
TOTAL
100%
Class Schedule:
2:00 5:00 PM, Saturdays
Consultation Time: 1:00 2:00 PM, Saturdays
Prepared by:
Approved by:

VON CHRISTOPHER G. CHUA


Instructor

FELIX AFABLE, Ph.D.


Dean, Graduate School