ISM3400-Syllabuss - ISM 3400 Sections 1, 3 and 901...

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ISM 3400 – Sections 1, 3 and 901 Quantitative Methods 2: Statistical Methods Syllabus Instructor: Dave Huff 1. Course Information Course Title: Quantitative Methods – Stats 2 Course Number: ISM 3400 Credit Hours: 3 Prerequisites: ISM 2300 or former ISM 3300 or ECO 5100 or equiv. No credit after former ISM 4400. Section 001 Rm. #128 State Hall – T 6:00 PM - 8:45 PM 003 Rm. #8 Prentis – T/R 9:25 AM - 11:00 AM 901 Rm. #523 Oakland – T/R 1:25 PM – 3:00 PM 2. Instructor Information Name: Dr. David C. Huff Title: Senior Instructor Phone: 248-224-4802 Office Location: 302 Prentis Office Hours: T/R 11:00AM-12:00PM Email: DaveHuff@Wayne.edu Course Web Site: Blackboard.Wayne.edu
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ISM 3400 INFORMATION SYSTEMS and MANUFACTURING ISM 3400 Fall, 2008 2 3. Course Texts > Required Texts Anderson, Sweeney and Williams - Modern Business Statistics – w/ Microsoft Excel) (3 rd Edition). ISBN – 978-0-324-59827-8 4. Technology - WSU Pipeline Blackboard - E-mail, chat and discussion boards - Internet and Internet Explorer - MS Word, Excel and others as required 5. Course Description > Overview ISM 3400 studies many uses of statistical techniques in business. Topics include: sampling, hypothesis testing, confidence interval estimation, regression, analysis of variance and chi-square tests. Application to accounting, market research, finance, production and forecasting. > Learning Outcomes A detailed set of “Learning Objectives” taken from our text is listed on our BlackBoard site. (There’s more about Blackboard further down in this syllabus.) You are encouraged to read these Objectives, as they represent the concepts you need to become familiar with. Reviewing the Objectives before each test or exam, and working toward an understanding of them, could be a useful part of your preparation. > Course Prerequisite ISM 2300 or ECO 5100 or equivalent. Students in ISM3400 are also expected to have completed the Computer Literacy and Competency Requirements outlined in the University bulletin. A detailed list of these requirements can be found here.
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ISM 3400 INFORMATION SYSTEMS and MANUFACTURING ISM 3400 Fall, 2008 3 It is further expected for this course that you have familiarity with the essential features of Excel, and own a basic calculator. A more advanced calculator, with statistical functions, may be useful. You will be allowed to use a calculator during exams, but you may not share one. Additional exam rules are listed below. Our textbook provides several problems that require the use of Excel, a spreadsheet program, for analysis and solution. Excel – a program sold by Microsoft - is installed on all computers that WSU makes available for student use. If you do not have a copy of Excel on your personal computer, you can purchase it at a student discount from our book store or from the University’s software “Clearing House” . (ClearingHouse.Wayne.edu)”
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ISM3400-Syllabuss - ISM 3400 Sections 1, 3 and 901...

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