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Course Code:IO6402_5WCourse Name:Statistics in IOCourse Description:This course introduces students to core techniques of measurement and descriptive and inferential statistics that are frequently employed by I/O professionals to guide organizational decision-making and policy implementation. Emphasis is on learning to apply critical thinking and responsible, ethical conduct in the use, and interpretation of statistics in organizational settings.Course Prerequisites:IO6301Course Length:5 ModulesCredit Value:3.0Contact Hours:45 hoursMaterial Requirements:NoneTextbooks:Dates Active:2 – 9/1/2014Title:Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate StatisticsAuthor:Neil J. SalkindEdition / Copyright:3Publisher:SAGE Publications, IncorporatedISBN:2013-01-01List Price:$9,781,452,225,234.00Delivery Method:This item is available through the Argosy University bookstore. Please click on the “Order Text” button in the left panel to order the textbook.
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Notes:Course Competencies:

Upon completion of the course, you will be able to: Identify and apply basic descriptive statistics.
Identify and apply basic inferential statistics.
Describe the assumptions associated with particular statistical procedures and justify the use of a particular analysis for a given data set and research question.
Explain the need for stringent ethical standards in research design, data interpretation, and dissemination of results when studying humans in organizational settings.

Topical Outline:

Module 1 Statistical Fundamentals

Module 2 Descriptive Statistics

Module 3 Inferential Statistics

Module 4 Inferential Statistics (Contd.)

Module 5 Nonparametric Tests

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