Business and Management
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COURSE OUTLINE Term: Fall 2012
Subject Code: Course Number: Course Name: Grade Mode: Length:
STAT 2001 Statistics 2 Numeric 42.0 Hours
Credit Value: 3.0 Level: Post Secondary
Prerequisites(s): STAT 2000 Statistics 1 or BUS 2238 Stats 1 Co-requisite(s) and Concurrent Prerequisite(s): None Equivalent(s): BUS 2206 Inferential Statistics and BUS 2239 Statistics 2
Students are advised to retain course outlines for future use in support of applications for employment or transfer of credits Course Description This course builds on the topics covered in Statistics 1, extending hypothesis testing and other inferential techniques to a range of new problems. Applications of statistical techniques to quality and productivity management are covered. Students gain further experience with the use of computer-based statistical analysis tools. Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this course, the student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to: 1. Identify the appropriate technique, then conduct and interpret inference (both estimation and hypothesis tests) of population means when the population variance is known or unknown. 2. Perform hypothesis tests on the differences between two means using both independent samples and matched pairs experiments.
STAT 2001 “Statistics 2”
3. Use sampling distributions to calculate interval estimates and select appropriate sample sizes for proportions. 4. Test the significance of a population proportion and the difference between two population proportions. 5. Use nonparametric techniques to perform hypothesis tests for ranked data. 6. Make inferences from qualitative data including the use of Chi-squared tests of goodness of fit and independence. 7. Apply the tools of regression and correlation analysis to determine the nature and strength of relationships, including estimation and hyopothesis…...