ECON 276 Statistical Inference in Management

Usually offered

Spring
Fall

Level

Undergraduate

Prerequisite(s)

MIS 111; MATH 115A; MATH 115B

This is a first course in business statistics, with an emphasis on techniques for data analysis and inference in management. Students are assumed to be familiar with basic descriptive statistics, probability theory, and probability distributions. Presentation of technical material is combined with hands-on analysis of data to aid managerial decision making. Meeting will be a mix of lecture and problem-solving. There are two objectives for the course. First, to develop a conceptual understanding of statistics and the role of data analysis in management. Second, to master the mechanics of applied statistics.

Special course fee required:  Students will be assessed a $20 per unit fee when registering for this course for Winter or any Summer Session.

Details

Grading

ABCDE

Identical to

MAP 276; MGMT 276; MGMT is home department.

Units

3