I'm going to be starting my MPH-epi in the Fall, and was wondering how well prepared I am for my first Biostats course (I believe I will have to take only two courses). I've taken one course of statistics at the undergrad level, where we covered hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, and skimmed linear regression. The problem is, we did most of it by TI-83/4, and there was no calculus prerequisite for the course. I'm not sure whether it was the material that was easy or if it was the TI-83 that helped, but I managed to excel in that class. I have only taken two courses of college calculus (differential and integral)... and although I did very well I don't recall much from it! I also haven't taken any linear algebra/vector calc. Do I need of these to do well in biostats?
Thanks in advance!
Thanks in advance!