Stat 216 - Business Statistics Credit Hours: 3
Prerequisites: Math 116 and BIS 102
This is the home page for Stat 216. Sections are offered every semester. Specific information and course materials for the current Semester are given in the links below.
Current Semester Course Information
Course Catalog Description:
An applications-oriented study of statistical concepts and techniques. The course focuses on the student as a user of statistics who needs a minimal understanding of mathematical theory and formula derivation. Major topics of study are visualizing data, central tendency, dispersion, distributional shapes, sampling distributions, confidence intervals, discrete and continuous probability distributions, comparison tests, association tests, and regression. The objectives of the course are to develop the skill to apply these concepts in conjunction with computer usage and make appropriate decisions regarding actual business problems. Students can receive credit for only one of STAT 216, 260, 364, or 366.
Stat 216 Director: Loren L. Heun
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