Albers School of Business and Economics

Statistics

Introductory Business Statistics

Completing this online Basic Statistics course satisfies the statistics prerequisite requirement (ECON 5000) for the Professional MBA, MPAC, MSBA and MSF programs at Seattle University. This class is only open to incoming Professional MBA, MPAC, MSBA and MSF students and is a non-credit course.

Class Information

This course applies statistics tools and techniques to support decision making in business. The course begins with basic statistical measures of data with descriptive statistics and the use of basic probability theory. The material is applied using probability distributions and how to get descriptive statistics from sampling distributions. Statistical Inference is then used through the use of interval estimation and hypothesis testing. The course also covers simple linear regression to better understand relationships between variables. Students will learn how to use statistical software to obtain important results, and will practice how to interpret those results in context.

Course Objectives

This course should enhance a student's abilities to:

  • Use computers for statistical analysis
  • Interpret and communicate quantitative information
  • Interpret descriptive statistics;
  • Apply probability theory and interpret probabilities
  • Interpret interval estimation, conduct simple hypothesis testing, and interpret simple linear regression

Class Information

 

Class website
Syllabus
Registration Form

You will find the link to the registration form on the left-had side navigation bar.  Please scroll down until you see the link under Statistics. If you have any questions please contact me at earleys@seattleu.edu or 206 220 8221

Thank you,

Susan Earley

 

Summer Quarter 2016

Jun 20 thru Aug 25, 2016
Class is closed

Intersession 2016

Aug 15 thru Sep 15, 2016
Instructor: Dr. Lawrence Morales PhD
Fee:$675

Winter Quarter 2017

Jan 3 thru Mar 16. 2017
Instructor: Dr. Lawrence Morales PhD
Fee:$675

For more information contact Susan Earley at earleys@seattleu.edu or call her at 206-220-8221