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BUSA-271

Statistical Inference and Decision Analysis

Credit(s): 4

BUSA 271 is an introduction to statistical methods used to describe and analyze data. It emphasizes recognizing types of problems and their solutions, and provides the student with an understanding of probability, decision theory, confidence intervals, sampling, hypothesis testing, correlation, regression, and nonparametric techniques. This course is a required course in the Business Administration program. Credit is not allowed for both BUSA 271 and BUSA 251 or MATH 253. Lecture/Lab: 4 hours per week
Prerequisites: Complete MATH-130, MATH-143 or MATH-147 with a minimum grade of C-, or have an appropriate COMPASS, ACT, or SAT score.