AB1202 Statistics and Analysis

Course Provider

Nanyang Business School (NBS)

Certification

Continuing Education and Training Certificate

Academic Unit

3

Introduction

At the end of the course, students should have mastered the syllabus topics, which cover fundamental probability and statistical concepts, theory, solution methods and application areas. Students will also learn to infer from the quantitative results to give a real-life interpretation of the numbers, and how the results impact the decisions.

*This is a single credit-bearing course from NTU Undergraduate Degree Programmes.

 


Course Availability

  • Date(s): 09 Aug 2021 to 03 Dec 2021

    Time: Please refer to schedule.

    Schedule: Download here

    Venue: NTU Main Campus

    Registration Closing Date: 30 Jun 2021

At the end of the course, students should have mastered the syllabus topics, which cover fundamental probability and statistical concepts, theory, solution methods and application areas. Students will also learn to infer from the quantitative results to give a real-life interpretation of the numbers, and how the results impact the decisions.
In this course, we will examine concepts, theory and quantitative methods of applications to statistics, especially when applied in business situations. As a first course in statistical study, the emphasis will be on broad coverage of important statistical concepts, and sufficient depth to allow for creative applications of topics to new business situations. Provision is also made to expose students to use of advance calculator features and computer software such as spreadsheets. Ability to exploit these computational tools will lift the student’s ability to deal with more conceptually complex problems in which precise calculations and mechanical applications of formulas will be relegated to calculators and computer software.
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Standard Course Fee: S$1,431.66

  • All fees stated are inclusive of 7% GST
  • NTU/NIE alumni may utilise their $1,600 Alumni Course Credits. Click here for more information.