Analytical tools and techniques 785

Module code GIA 785
Qualification Postgraduate
Faculty Gordon Institute of Business Science
Module content

This module examines statistical tools used in business decision-making. Statistical methods will be introduced in a non-technical manner and developed in business contexts. Topics will include understanding differences, predictions and associations when using statistical analysis for business decision-making. These techniques will underpin the use of univariate and multivariate techniques. Statistical computer packages play a major supporting role in statistical applications, and frequently-encountered spreadsheet and software packages will be utilised during the course of the module. You will learn how to interpret the information contained in management data, and to define and analyse management problems quantitatively. You will develop an intuitive understanding of statistical techniques through explanations of methods and interpretation of real business problems. Ultimately, if you need to consult experts in this area, you will be better able to select, evaluate and use their services.

Module credits 12.00
Prerequisites No prerequisites.
Contact time Twenty four hours
Language of tuition English
Academic organisation Gordon Institute of Business S
Period of presentation Semester 1 or Semester 2

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