qnthc561 | Graduate
Applied Business Research & Statistics In Health Care
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- Construct surveys using measurement scale types that are relevant to the research design.
- Determine appropriate measurement scale types for a given research design.
Research Methods and Business Decisions
- Apply concepts of probability to business decisions.
- Conduct one-sample and two-sample tests of hypothesis.
- Perform analysis of variance and chi-square analyses.
Correlation, Linear Regression, and Multiple Regression Analysis
- Perform correlation, linear regression, and multiple regression analysis.
- Create a plan of action based on data analysis.
Descriptive Statistics and Probability Distributions
- Compute descriptive statistics for given data sets.
- Apply probability concepts related to discrete and continuous probability.
- Apply the central limit theorem to sample means.
- Construct confidence intervals for a mean.
Research and Sampling Designs
- Formulate research questions relevant to management issues.
- Construct a research design appropriate to given research questions.
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