STA 253 Statistics for Decision Making
This course explores methods of data collection and analysis for making decisions related to business, economics, and other organizational issues. Topics include descriptive statistics, correlation, the Normal distribution, sampling, surveys, statistical inference, hypothesis testing, and regression. Applications focus on real data analyzed with statistical software. Students learn to think critically about conclusions drawn from data and to apply statistical methods in their own studies. Offered for Business majors. Prerequisite(s): MAT 141 or higher-level mathematics course, or placement level 3 or higher. 3 hour(s).
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