Portfolio diversification, statistical process control, and demand forecasts are examples of fundamental business concepts that require a background in probability and statistics. This adaptive assessor and instructor allows institutions to ensure incoming students have a common baseline of probability and statistics skills. Institutions can select skills in areas that include Distributions, Hypothesis Testing, and Regression.
Statistics Foundations was developed with the Tuck School of Management at Dartmouth College. Like the other Foundations modules, its objective is to ensure a baseline competency quickly and efficiently by filling in gaps in students' skill sets without having them waste time on skills they already have.
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