Skip Navigation

For Current Students

Please note that this page is not meant as a registration tool and has some limitations. Current students should use the class search in myStudentCenter (accessed through myCLC) to search classes and register.

Important Notice about Course Dates and Finals Week

The dates shown for class duration in the search results do not include finals week. You must attend the final exam for your class. After you register, you can view your Class Schedule in myStudentCenter (accessed through myCLC) which will include the dates of your final exams.

Search Results

Show Search Filters
Refine Search
Available Days of the Week

Open Classes Only

PROCESSING...

2 Results

The following course information is effective for the Spring 2023 term.

MTH 142 - General Education Statistics

Section: 082-In-Person | Open

  • Days and Times
    • Monday/Wednesday/Friday
      8:00AM - 10:00AM
  • Instructor

    • Mark Covalt
  • Location

    • B269 - Grayslake Campus
  • Duration

    • 03/13/2023 - 05/05/2023
Add To My List
View Class Detail

Course Description

This course focuses on statistical reasoning and the solving of problems using real-world data rather than on computational skills. Emphasis is on interpretation and evaluation of statistical results that arise from simulation and technology-based computations using technology more advanced than a basic scientific calculator, such as graphing calculators with a statistical package, spreadsheets, or statistical computing software. Topics will include data collection processes (observational studies, experimental design, sampling techniques, bias), descriptive methods using quantitative and qualitative data, bivariate data, correlation, and least ­squares regression, basic probability theory, probability distributions (normal distributions and normal curve, binomial distribution), confidence intervals and hypothesis tests using p-values.
Note: A specific graphing calculator is required for this course. Contact the EMPS Division office for details. Credit will not be given in MTH 142 to those with prior credit in MTH 222. This course does not meet the math requirement in the Associate of Science or Associate of Engineering Science, but may be used as elective credits.


Prerequisite(s): MTH 105 or MTH 108 or higher level math course (C or better) -or- two years of approved high school algebra (C or better) and Basic Algebra Readiness -or- an appropriate score on the CLC Math Placement Test, Math ACT, or Math SAT.

Class Availability

  • Class Capacity:
  • Enrollment Total:
  • Available Seats:
  • 24
  • 16
  • 8

MTH 142 - General Education Statistics

Section: 630-Blended In-Person & Online | Open

  • Days and Times
    • Saturday
      8:15AM - 11:00AM
      TBA
  • Instructor

    • Bijan Zandi
      Bijan Zandi
  • Location

    • V122 - Southlake Campus
      ONLINE
  • Duration

    • 03/18/2023 - 05/06/2023
      03/18/2023 - 05/06/2023
Add To My List
View Class Detail

Course Description

This course focuses on statistical reasoning and the solving of problems using real-world data rather than on computational skills. Emphasis is on interpretation and evaluation of statistical results that arise from simulation and technology-based computations using technology more advanced than a basic scientific calculator, such as graphing calculators with a statistical package, spreadsheets, or statistical computing software. Topics will include data collection processes (observational studies, experimental design, sampling techniques, bias), descriptive methods using quantitative and qualitative data, bivariate data, correlation, and least ­squares regression, basic probability theory, probability distributions (normal distributions and normal curve, binomial distribution), confidence intervals and hypothesis tests using p-values.
Note: A specific graphing calculator is required for this course. Contact the EMPS Division office for details. Credit will not be given in MTH 142 to those with prior credit in MTH 222. This course does not meet the math requirement in the Associate of Science or Associate of Engineering Science, but may be used as elective credits.


Prerequisite(s): MTH 105 or MTH 108 or higher level math course (C or better) -or- two years of approved high school algebra (C or better) and Basic Algebra Readiness -or- an appropriate score on the CLC Math Placement Test, Math ACT, or Math SAT.

Class Availability

  • Class Capacity:
  • Enrollment Total:
  • Available Seats:
  • 24
  • 5
  • 19

Instruction Mode Description

  • In-Person
    Keep your degree on track with classes that meet face-to-face, providing you with opportunities to interact in-person with faculty and peers.
  • Online
    Have flexibility to complete coursework without scheduled meetings while staying actively engaged in a fully online environment.
  • Virtual Live
    Learn remotely in real time by taking classes that are taught in a live virtual classroom via Zoom during scheduled times.
  • Blended In-Person and Virtual Live
    A blend of in-person and remote class meetings during scheduled times.
  • Blended Virtual Live and Online
    A blend of remote class meetings during scheduled times and online learning.
  • Blended In-Person, Virtual Live and Online
    A blend of in-person and remote class meetings during scheduled times and online learning.
  • Blended In-Person and Online
    A blend of in-person meetings and online learning.
  • Apprenticeship
    Structured "Learn and Earn" program that combines job related classroom learning along with a structured on-the-job training guided by a mentor.
  • Field Trip
    Guided field study experience at an off-campus location (both U.S. and abroad).
  • Off Campus Clinical, Field, Internship
    Supervised and practical real-world experience outside of the classroom at an off-campus location.
  • On Campus Clinical, Internship
    Supervised and practical real-world experience outside of the classroom at an on-campus location.
  • Independent Study
    Guided independent instruction via arrangement with instructor upon the authorization of the academic Dean.