
In this course, you will learn Inferential statistics, a type of statistics that deals with the interpretation of data. It is meant to follow the BUS 221 course which dealt with the collection, organization, presentation and analysis of data. You will also learn concepts and theories of probability as a prelude to a course in inferential statistics that you will eventually take to make your knowledge of statistics complete. The topics covered include measures of central tendency, measures of dispersion, probability concept and distribution, sampling, statistical estimation, normal and T distributions, and hypothesis testing for means and proportion both for a single and two populations. 

The final grade is based on the following components of assessment:
 9 quizzes each worth 20 points for a total of 180 points.
 3 tests worth worth 100 points each for a total of 300 points.
 1 case study worth 100
points
 Problems worth 100 points
 An introduction and statistical terms worth 20 points each
 a maximum of 30 points for actively participating in Discussion board
Assignment 
Points 
Introduction and Statistical Terms (20 points each) 
40 
9 Quizzes (20 points) 
180 
3 Exams (100 points) 
300 
Homework problems 
100 
Case Study 
100 
Discussion board 
30 
Total 
750 
Your final grade will be based on the following scale. Please note that you must also pass the 3 exams in order to get a passing grade in the course, regardless of your scores on the assignments and quizzes. There is a maximum of 30point bonus, (on top of what you earned on assignments, quizzes and exams) for active participation in "Discussion Board"
Grade 
Points 
Percent 
A 
675  750 
90100 
B 
600  674 
8089 
C 
525  673 
7079 
D 
450  521 
6069 
F 
0  449 
059 
