Location: BEH S 102 (Social & Behavioral Science Bl)
FCS 3210001
FCS Statistics
Location: AEB 350 (Alfred Emery Bldg)
Spring 2017
ECON 4650090
Princ Of Econometrics
Courses I Teach
7600

Econ 3640001, Fall 2011.
We will study distribution, probability and statistical inference based on the following topics: (random) variables, probability distributions, sampling distribution, estimators, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing and regression. Prerequisite for this course is College Algebra (Math 1090 preferred), Principles of Micro and Macroeconomics (Econ 2010 and 2020), or the instructor's consent.
Econ 3640001 (5603)

Probability & Statistical Inference for Economists.
We will study probability, distribution and statistical inference based on the following topics: random variables, probability distributions, sampling distribution, estimators, confidence intervals, hypothesis testing and regression. Prerequisite for this course is College Algebra (Math 1090 preferred), Principles of Micro and Macroeconomics (Econ 2010 and 2020), or the instructor's consent.