Course syllabus for STAT 361 Statistics for Management I
Course description: This course is designed to introduce students to statistical thinking. It deals with simple graphical descriptions, various numerical descriptive measures, the notion of probability, discrete and continuous random variables, and sampling distributions. Students will also examine aspects of hypothesis testing involving one or two populations. Throughout the course, students should emphasize the understanding of statistical concepts—what these concepts involve and when they should or should not be used. Finally, students are expected to demonstrate competence in the use of statistical programs.
Toner, William, "STAT 361 Statistics for Management I" (1996). Statistics Syllabi. 45.