Quantitative statistical methodologies useful across disciplines. Analysis of variance, multiple and logistic regression, time series analysis, non-parametric methods, Bayesian statistics and decision analysis. Prerequisite: STAT 141, STAT 143, STAT 211, or EC 170.
Dates: May 20 - June 28, 2019
This course serves as a continuation of your studies in STAT 143, Basic Statistical Methods I. There are 5 modules covering: ANOVA, Regression, Time Series, Non-Parametric Testing, and Decision Analysis. There is an online portal, WileyPlus, where you will complete homeworks and take tests. Case studies for each module help to synthesize the material into a real world example. A TI-83/84, JMP, and Excel is required for this course. Pre-requisites: STAT 141 or EC 170. We will be using the 9th Edition of Ken Black’s “Business Statistics For Making Contemporary Decisions”, Wiley.
You will be expected to complete the homework (online and from the textbook), complete the case studies, discussion board and take all 5 exams. The usual for online courses (constant online presence) and keeping up with the work. You will need to purchase an access code for WileyPlus to complete this course.
Grading: Your grade for the course will be based on: • WileyPlus HW Quizzes (10%) • WileyPlus Tests (40%) • Case Studies / Projects (40%) • Discussion Board for Suggested Homework Problems from Textbook (10%) All assignments must be completed to receive a passing grade for the course.
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