SAS Programming: An Online Course


NEXT OFFERED: SUMMER 2004, SESSION A, May 10 - June 18, Instructor: Angel Goh

Register for SOP 6266.001 on the Tampa campus.

This graduate level course is an introduction to SAS Programming targeted toward researchers and social scientists. The emphasis of the course will be on programming principles and completing tasks typically done by such individuals, such as combining variables into composites (e.g., scoring tests), handling missing data, integrating data from different files, and writing programs to conduct analyses not preprogrammed in statistical packages, like SAS or SPSS. The mode of delivery will be entirely online, with communication among instructor and students through e-mail. All course instructions and requirements are on this website. The text can be purchased at the USF bookstore, or for individuals outside of the Tampa area, directly from the publisher, Sage. A link below will allow online ordering.

Academic Dishonesty Policy You must read and send me an e-mail saying that you have.

Assignments Do one of these per week.

FAQ Frequently asked questions Check here first for solutions to your problem.

Links For helpful information from SAS Institute and USF Academic Computing.

Programming tips These might help save you time and frustration.


Textbook You can order it here online.

To send me an e-mail


Copyright notice: Unless otherwise noted, all materials on this webpage are copyrighted by Paul E. Spector, All rights reserved. They can be used free of charge for noncommercial educational and research purposes. In other words, instructors and students can make use of these materials for their own classes. The selling of these materials in part or whole is not permitted.

Copyright Paul E. Spector, All rights reserved, April 16, 2004.