BUS2 90-03 Business Statistics

Course Description

Statistics is the foundation necessary for the art and science of making data-based
decisions. This course presents methods to collect, describe, analyze, and make inferences about data that often appear in business reports. The course teaches the fundamentals of both descriptive and inferential statistics. It introduces probability as a measure of uncertainty, and as the theoretical foundation for statistical decision-making. The course also explores the classical methods of confidence intervals and hypothesis testing used to make decisions about populations based on sample data and introduces the concepts of regression and correlation used to find relationships between various factors.

Date, Time & Location

Monday & Wednesday, 1:30-2:45pm, BBC 224

Course Syllabus

BUS2 90-03 Syllabus (Fall 2019) [pdf]


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