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Course Overview

Business analytics encompasses the skills, technologies, and practices for continuous iterative exploration and investigation of past business performance to gain insight and drive business planning. This course prepares students to interpret data to inform business decisions, recognize trends, detect outliers, summarize data sets, and analyze relationships between variables, etc. Beginning with basic descriptive statistics and progressing to regression analysis, students will implement analytical techniques using software tools, such as Excel, and apply fundamental quantitative methods to real business problems. Selected major-specific projects will be used to enable students to apply functional knowledge and skills associated with their respective major.

Credits: 3
Distribution: Major, Undergraduate
BUS 351, 381, Business department majors only; or permission of the instructor

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