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# STAT 251K - (Q) Statistics for Business I

3 cr.

(Prerequisites: senior standing, FIN 251K , OIM 352K , MGT 352 , MKT 351K )

This honor course covers descriptive statistics including graphical, tabular and numerical summary measures, correlation, and regression.  Topics in probability include basic concepts, random variables, decision making and risk, and probability distributions used in business applications.  In preparation for the study of inferential statistics, sampling distributions and the normal model are also covered.  Appropriate software is used for data analysis.