A survey course analyzing business organization and management in the areas of marketing, finance, human resources, electronic commerce, and operations management. Emphasis is placed upon developing a vocabulary of business terminology and acquainting the student with careers and opportunities in business. Cases and current events related to business practices are utilized. 09/06/2016-12/12/2016 Lecture - Online Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced
Prerequisite: a "C" in BUAD 101; and a COMPASS Algebra score of 35 or a "C" in MATH 101 or 118. A basic principles course emphasizing statistical techniques, particularly their application to business and economics. The study of descriptive statistics leads to an understanding of measures of dispersion and central tendency. With this background, the student progresses to sampling and probability theory leading to inferential statistics. Various tests of significance are studied including chi-square, analysis of variance, and the binomial distribution using real world examples. Finally, the relationship between data is studied using regression and correlation analyses. The use of a computer for statistical analysis will be introduced throughout the course. It is strongly recommended that students have a working knowledge of Microsoft Excel. 01/20/2015-05/04/2015 LECTURE Days to be Announced, Times to be Announced, Room to be Announced