EC 315 Quantitative Research Methods
U1J 2008 IN
Menendez, Joseph C.
BS MathematicsMA National Security AffairsMS Mangement Information Systems
4:30 to 5:30 pm
JUN 2 - JULY 24 // 2008
5:30 - 9:50 PM
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In accordance with the course absence policy, students must obtain instructor permission to schedule a make-up exam. Make-up exams must be taken within one week of the missed exam and will consist of the same general material as the original, albeit a completely different version. Make-up exams are administered by the Testing Center and require a valid photo I.D.
1 - 5
Review of Basic Probability and Statistics
Overview of Simple Linear Regression
Discrete Probability Distributions
Continuous Probability Distributions
Sampling Methods/Central Limit Theorem
Estimation and Confidence Intervals
One-Sample Tests of Hypothesis
Two-Sample Tests of Hypothesis
Linear Regression and Correlation
Multiple Regression and Correlation Analysis
Time Series and Forecasting
Project Discussion/Group Work
11 - 12
Advanced Topics in Econometrics/Forecasting
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