QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR BUSINESS DECISIONS
Instructor: Dr. Jim Mirabella
Course Design: The course will be taught by lecture with class interaction. As is true for any quantitative course, problem solving will be emphasized. A typical session may include explaining concepts, solving problems, and discussing related issues. Lecturing on the computer procedures will be occasional. And it will not be initiated, unless specific questions warrant such an endeavor on my part. Therefore, you are expected to familiarize yourself with the computer package mostly on your own or through group efforts. Office hours or any other mutually convenient time may be considered for discussing computer related questions.
Prerequisites: As indicated earlier, the course is quantitative. Students, however, need not have a strong mathematics background to successfully complete the course. No knowledge beyond elementary algebra and basic arithmetic will be either assumed or used. The mathematical rigor more appropriate for mathematics or statistics majors will not be stressed. However, a basic knowledge of microcomputers and their operating systems will be necessary for the computer assignments.
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