The official text for this course is Introductory Statistics (3rd Ed.) by Sheldon Ross.  A copy of this book is available on reserve in the CityTech library.

An additional suggested text: How to Think About Statistics by John L. Phillips.

There are a number of free online textbooks that cover the course material, such as:

  • Introduction to Statistics by David Lane (an Associate Professor in the Departments of Psychology, Statistics, and Management at the Rice University)
    • in particular, this book’s Glossary may be useful!

If you have some basic programming experience, the following textbooks use programming languages (instead of spreadsheets):