Introduction to Statistics for Business (STB101)
This course is a survey of essential statistical tools needed to make better decisions under risk. The objective is to learn essential statistical concepts and methods, and how to use simple statistical software. Topics include the laws of probability, normal distribution, t-distribution, sampling, confidence intervals, and classical regression analysis. The course will appeal to anyone who is considering entering any occupation, and in general wants to develop critical thinking skills.
Masatoshi Hirakata has more than 20 years of leadership experience in various business units' functions and management positions in Asia Pacific and international business operation. He earned a BA in Electrical & Electronics Engineering from Sophia University and an MA in Economics from Temple University Japan. He has been teaching in the Continuation Education program at Temple University for 10 years. He also enjoys Skiing for many years and has recently become interested in Skiing as a lifetime sport and its relationship with preventive medicine. He studied physical conditioning, fitness methodology, and skiing technical reference at Canadian Sport Business Academy. He holds SAJ Skiing class 1 certificate, Canadian Skiing Instructor Association Level 1 certificate, and Avalanche Skill Training 1 certificate from Avalanche Canada.
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