This course introduces the fundamentals of statistics as applied to the various areas of business and administration. Topics covered include techniques of descriptive statistics, basic theory of probability and probability distributions, estimation and hypotheses testing, chi-square tests in contingency table analysis and for goodness-of-fit, and linear regression and correlation.
Students who have received credit or exemption for both ECON 221 and ECON 222 may not take this course for credit. Prerequisite: MATH 208 or equivalent and MATH 209 or equivalent; BTM 200 or INTE 290 or COMP 248 previously or concurrently.
Textbook Title: Business Statistics in Practice: Using Data, Modeling, and Analytics
Author: B. Bowerman, R. O’Connell and E. Murphree
ISBN10: 1259687953 | ISBN13: 9781259687952
Edition: Eighth, CUSTOMIZED FOR CONCORDIA UNIVERSITY
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