BUS70350 - Advanced Statistics
The course reviews key concepts of statistics and introduces statistical techniques employed in contemporary social science research. Through the Advanced Statistics class, students develop an understanding of the key concepts and techniques on descriptive and inferential statistics and be able to apply the appropriate statistical procedure for problem solving on univariate and multivariate data sets. They will run statistical analyses using SPSS or other software to produce the outputs, critically review the statistical results, and present the analysis and findings.
In addition to the classroom instruction, the on-ground students are required to get real-world experience through a practicum in an approved organizational setting for 100-160 hours or an applied project designed with the instructor (International students need to meet with their international student advisor for details).