Statistics is one of the most monetizable skills students can attain from an undergraduate in psychology. This unit serves as the first of three units aiming to provide a detailed and high-quality applied knowledge in the development, conduction, and analysis of research and research data. This first unit focuses on foundational research principles such as literature searching skills, theory development, theory identification, theory evaluation, and as well as core statistical principles focusing on univariate analyses and simple bivariate analyses (e.g., t-test, correlation, and chi-square). 

Note: Must be taken in the first semester of the degree (part time students can take this unit first semester of their first or second year)