BAN 530 Quantitative Tools for Business. An introduction to a variety of quantitative tools used in the business sector. Emphasis will be placed on statistical analyses and operations. Topics include descriptive statistics, normal distribution theory, central limit theorem, estimation, hypothesis testing, linear programming, forecasting, inventory management, JIT, productivity, competitiveness & strategy, aggregate planning, and facilities layout. This course does not apply to the 36-hour graduate credit hour requirement of the MBA degree program or the MS in Finance degree.
BAN 568 Techniques of Statistical Analysis.An integration of the concepts and application of statistical and quantitative techniques currently used in business decision making. Readings in the current literature related to statistical inference, ANOVA, correlation, simple linear regression, multiple regression, questionnaire construction and analysis will be covered.
BAN 575 Readings in Business Analysis. A directed study for individual students who wish intensive work in a special topic area of business analysis. Prerequisite: Approval of Department Chair and Graduate Coordinator.