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ECON 263: Statistics for Economics

This course emphasizes skills necessary to understand and analyze economic data. Topics include descriptive statistics, probability and random variables, sampling theory, estimation and hypothesis testing, and practical and theoretical understanding of simple and multiple regression analysis. Applications to economic and business problems use real data, realistic applications, and econometric/statistical software. Offered each semester. ECON 263 is required for economics majors who do not take both STAT 272 and ECON 385. Credit towards the economics major will not be given for ECON 263 following completion of STAT 272. Counts toward environmental studies major (social science emphasis).
Prerequisite: MATH 119 or MATH 120 and one of Economics 110-121, or consent of the instructor.

Economics

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...courses -- ECON 261 and ECON 262 , and ECON 263 , or STAT 272 plus ECON 385...

Environmental Studies

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...ECON 121 Principles of Economics ECON 242 Environmental Economics ECON 243 Economic Development ECON 263...

Management Studies

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...management studies concentration include ECON 121 , MGMT 225...Design and Implementation CSCI 263 Ethical Issues in...

Psychology

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...STAT 214 Honors Statistics for the Sciences ECON 263 Statistics for Economics Elective Psychology Courses...

Statistics

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...STAT 214 Honors Statistics for the Sciences ECON 263 Statistics for Economics Electives Select at...