• This course is an overview of statistical techniques used in business decision-making. Descriptive statistical topics include graphing measures of central tendency, and measures of disperson. Inferential statistical topics include sampling, hypothesis testing, and regression analysis. Topics include the structures of various data processing systems, adequate controls, currently available technology, and issues in the related implementation process.


  • This course describes the globalization of the market place, and examines individual and institutional portfolios. Students learn the different classes of options available, and how they can be used to enhance investment performance. A selection of securities and acquisition of other income earning assets will be examined. International diversification in the global market is the main theme of the course.


  • THis course focuses on the latest information technologies and operations management technologies that enable an organization to operate around the world. It introduces tools that managers use to measure operational efficiency and effectiveness, including statistical process control, decision trees, forecasting techniques, expert systems and operational benchmarking. Students will practice effective project management techniques important to introducing new products and analyzing and improving an organization's processes.