Language of instruction : English 
Prerequisites


No sequentiality

 Degree programme   Study hours  Credits  P1 SBU  P1 SP  2^{nd} Chance Exam^{1}  Tolerance^{2}  Final grade^{3}  
 Bridging Programme Master of Management  Compulsory  162  6,0  162  6,0  Yes  Yes  Numerical  
Preparation Programme Master of Management  Compulsory  162  6,0  162  6,0  Yes  Yes  Numerical  



 basics of probability theory: events and their probability
 some discrete and continuous distributions
 sampling and sampling distribution
 confidence intervals for mean and proportion, sample size calculation
 hypothesis testing for mean and proportion
 analysis of variance
 correlation and regression
Use of SPSS.







Lecture ✔



Small group session ✔




Period 1 Credits 6,00
Evaluation method  

Written evaluaton during teaching periode  10 % 

Transfer of partial marks within the academic year  ✔ 

Conditions transfer of partial marks within the academic year  homeworks can not be retaken 









Additional information  formularium is allowed on the exam 

Second examination period
Evaluation second examination opportunity different from first examination opprt  

Explanation (English)  homeworks can not be retaken 





Prerequisites 

Mathematics
 Working with percentages
 Fractions
 Factorial
 Square root
 Properties of a linear function
 Properties of a polynomial function
 Properties of the logarithmic and exponential function
 The notation of a summation
 The concept of an integral as an area under the curve of a positive function (no computation of integrals)
Statistics
 Sample mean, median, variance, standard deviation, correlation
 Frequencies, relative frequencies, cumulative frequencies
 Histograms, box plots, bar chart
 The concept of a sample from a population



Compulsory textbooks (bookshop) 

Statistics for Business and Economics,Anderson, Sweeney, Williams, Camm, Cochran, Freeman and Shoesmith,5th edition,Cengage Learning,9781473768451 


Compulsory course material 


Recommended course material 

Slides of lectures, available on blackboard
Selection of exercises for practical sessions, available on blackboard 





 Exchange Programme Business Economics  Optional  162  6,0  162  6,0  Yes  Yes  Numerical  



 basics of probability theory: events and their probability
 some discrete and continuous distributions
 sampling and sampling distribution
 confidence intervals for mean and proportion, sample size calculation
 hypothesis testing for mean and proportion
 analysis of variance
 correlation and regression
Use of SPSS.







Lecture ✔



Small group session ✔




Period 1 Credits 6,00
Evaluation method  

Written evaluaton during teaching periode  10 % 

Transfer of partial marks within the academic year  ✔ 

Conditions transfer of partial marks within the academic year  homeworks can not be retaken 









Additional information  formularium is allowed on the exam 

Second examination period
Evaluation second examination opportunity different from first examination opprt  

Explanation (English)  homeworks can not be retaken 





Prerequisites 

Mathematics
 Working with percentages
 Fractions
 Factorial
 Square root
 Properties of a linear function
 Properties of a polynomial function
 Properties of the logarithmic and exponential function
 The notation of a summation
 The concept of an integral as an area under the curve of a positive function (no computation of integrals)
Statistics
 Sample mean, median, variance, standard deviation, correlation
 Frequencies, relative frequencies, cumulative frequencies
 Histograms, box plots, bar chart
 The concept of a sample from a population



Compulsory textbooks (bookshop) 

Statistics for Business and Economics,Anderson, Sweeney, Williams, Camm, Cochran, Freeman and Shoesmith,5th edition,Cengage Learning,9781473768451 


Compulsory course material 


Recommended course material 

Slides of lectures, available on blackboard
Selection of exercises for practical sessions, available on blackboard 





^{1} examination regulations art.1.3, section 4. 
^{2} examination regulations art.4.7, section 2. 
^{3} examination regulations art.2.2, section 3.

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