Get Ready for the World Series or Superbowl!

Data is a big part of any sports discussion. Students learn to analyze players and teams by collecting data and using statistics. The course is taught by an experienced mathematics professor and sports enthusiast who uses statistics to discuss the number of touchdown passes a quarterback throws, a running back’s total rushing years, and how many tackles a defensive lineman achieves. Find out if the home-field advantage is true and if teams are skilled, lucky, or both. No prior knowledge of statistics is necessary to enroll in this class.

Upcoming Courses

CRN: 1438 | Fee: $75 | 1/2–1/21 | Tuesdays, Thursdays 5–6:30 p.m. | Snow 505 | Instructor: Krevisky