What is NetMath®
NetMath is the online self-paced distance learning program of the Department of Mathematics at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Our mission is to bring academic resources from one of the nation's top public universities to students around the world.
NetMath primarily provides mathematics courses to high school and college students around the world. We also offer educational options for home-schooled students, working professionals, military personnel, and anyone interested in learning math.
See below for details on Statistics courses offered through the NetMath program.
Stat 100: Statistics
* Note: Stat 100 is now accepting registration applications. To register, follow the instructions at Registration for College Students or Registration for HS Students.
An introductory statistics course with particular emphasis on understanding statistical concepts and which tools are appropriate for which problems. Includes experimental design (including basics of casual inference from observations), basic probability, descriptive statistics, linear regression, sampling and statistical inference, and hypothesis testing. Includes easy-to-use data analysis program.
For more details see http://stat100netmath.web.illinois.edu/
This course uses the Lon-Capa learning management system. A free text/workbook students will fill in while watching the lecture videos will be provided.
High School Algebra.
Stat 100 is 15 weeks long with no extensions. This is not a self-paced course, and there are fixed due dates for homework submissions and taking exams. Depending on the course registration date, each student is assigned to a cohort that starts on the third Sunday of every other month. Your time in the course begins on the date indicated in your registration receipt. Upcoming cohort start dates are October 17, 2021, December 19, 2021, February 20, 2022 & April 17, 2022. Note: Each cohort will run provided a minimum enrollment number is met. If a cohort is canceled for any reason, we will work with each registered student to provide appropriate options for future registration.
Stat 200: Statistical Analysis
Statistics provides the tools to sort through data to make objective decisions. Stat 200 provides an accelerated introduction to the basic tools for quantitively oriented students, with particular emphasis on understanding which tools are appropriate for which problems. We cover experimental design (including basics of causal inference from observations), basic probability (both frequentist and Bayes), descriptive statistics, inference from samples (including null hypothesis significance tests), analysis of variance, multiple regression, logistic regression, and non-parametric methods. We include both an easy-to-use data analysis program and exercises in the R programming language.
For more details see http://courses.atlas.illinois.edu/fall2020/STAT200/
This course uses the Lon-Capa learning management system. Required Textbook: Stat 200 Incomplete Lecture Notes Workbook Fall 2020 Edition by Ellen Fireman, Karle Flanagan, and John Marden. This workbook may be purchased from the Illini Union Bookstore here. International students and those located outside the contiguous US may contact the publisher to purchase a digital copy or email the instructor, Ellen Fireman .
Completion of or simultaneous registration in Calculus I is recommended. High school students interested in taking this course have to submit proof of satisfying this prerequisite at the time of registration.
This course is 16 weeks long with no extensions. This is not a self-paced course, and there are fixed due dates for homework submissions and taking exams. Depending on the course registration date, each student is assigned to a cohort that starts on the 15th of the month. Your time in the course begins on the date indicated in your registration receipt.
|Illinois High School Students||$828|
|Out of State High School Students||$1248|
Exams: NetStat courses have two 2-hour midterms and a 3-hour final exam, all administered via an online proctoring platform.
Please Note: Students currently registered in a University of Illinois Graduate Degree program will be restricted from registering in 16-week Academic Year-term NetMath courses. Matriculating UIUC Grad students will be allowed to register in Spring, Fall & Summer semester sections of this course via LAS Online.
Individual students enrolled in this course have the opportunity to meet with the Instructor during Zoom office hours and are assigned to a Statistics course tutor.
- Upon registration students are assigned to a cohort that starts on the 15th of the month and lasts 16-weeks.
- Your registration request must be received at least 14 days prior to the cohort start date. Registration applications received after this date will be included in the following month’s cohort.
- After registration you will receive course information, including your course start & end dates and access instructions. There is no mechanism to pause or delay a course after registration