BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS STATISTICS I
Studies the organization and presentation of data, descriptive statistics, elements of probability and probability distributions, sampling and sampling distributions, estimation and hypothesis testing, and correlation as applied to business and economic problems. The course will introduce students to the presentation and analysis of business and economic data. The method of instruction is based on lecture, discussion and problem solving. The course is required for majors. Three hours lecture per week. This course earns three GEPs toward Goal 3 Quantitative Reasoning in general education. Prerequisites: ECONOMIC.121 or ECONOMIC.122.