This course introduces students to basic statistical methods that provide insight into current business operations and help predict future conditions for effective business planning. Students will use descriptive and inferential statistics to describe current data, make estimates about larger groups, and inform smart business decisions.
What You'll Learn
Chapter 1: Introduction to Business Statistics
Chapter 2: Probability
Chapter 3: The T-Test
Chapter 4: One-Way ANOVA: Differences between Three or More Groups
Chapter 5: Two-Way ANOVA: Differences between Three or More Groups
Chapter 6: Repeated Measures ANOVA: Differences between Three or More Groups
Chapter 7: Mixed Factorial ANOVA: Differences between Three or More Groups
Chapter 8: Correlation Coefficient: Relationships between Two Variables
Chapter 9: Simple Linear Regression: Relationships between Two Variables
Chapter 10: Multiple Regression: Relationships between Three or More Variables
Chapter 11: Dealing with Categorical Variables: Chi-Square and Differences Between Groups
Chapter 12: Dealing with Categorical Variables: Logistic Regressions and Relationships Between Variables
Chapter 13: Nonparametrics
Who Should Attend
- Support Staff
- Line Managers
- Recent Graduates
- Business Students
- CEU Seekers
- Career Pivoters
- Resume Builders
Students must complete all sections to earn the Digital Badge of Completion.
This course is offered through Anderson School of Management.
UNM Staff, Faculty and Retirees can use their Tuition Remission benefit on professional development programs.