SCMA 301. Business Statistics I. 3 Hours.

Semester course; 3 lecture hours. 3 credits. Prerequisite: BUSN 171*, MATH 151, BUSN 212**, MATH 200 or higher level mathematics course. Statistical methods for collection, visualization and analysis of business and economic data from populations and processes. Statistical thinking, concepts of variability, sampling, descriptive measures, contingency tables, probability and introduction to regression, correlation, confidence intervals and hypothesis testing, with implementation in spreadsheet software. Students may receive credit toward graduation for only one of STAT 206, STAT 208, STAT 210, STAT 212, STAT 312 or SCMA 301. This course was formerly numbered MGMT 301. *Formerly MGMT 171, SCMA 171;**formerly MGMT 212, SCMA 212.

Business, Bachelor of Science (B.S.) with a concentration in supply chain management and analytics

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The concentration in supply chain management and analytics gives students the skills to manage the manufacture and movement of products in the global environment and to understand the fundamentals of decision analytics. The curriculum is comprehensive in that supply chain management and analytics involve a range of issues from inventory management to risk management, as well as the indispensable role of information and technology in coordinating modern supply chains and analyzing data for the benefit of the organization.

Academic policies

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...303 , MGMT 310 , MGMT 434 , MKTG 301 , SCMA 301 , SCMA 320 or any course that...

Interdisciplinary career readiness skills, minor in

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...Experience II 3 FIRE 301 Personal Financial Planning...Solutions: Multiple Perspectives 3 SCMA 350 Introduction to...

Economics, Bachelor of Science (B.S.) [School of Business]

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...as an elective if SCMA 302 is taken...including ECON 300 , ECON 301 and ECON 302...