GEN202 – Principles of Statistics

Course lecturer :

Dr. Tamer elsawy

Course assistant :

Mr.Amr elmaghraby

Course objectives :

This course provides students with the basic concepts of statistical analysis with focuse on univariat (single variable) and bivariat (two variables) data. It starts with statistics key words then moves to display data, analysis of univriate data by measures of central tendency (mean) dispersion (variance, standard deviation), along with bivariat data, correlation, and linear regression, and finally analyze questionnaire results.

Course description :

This course provides students with the basic concepts of statistical analysis with focuse on univariat (single variable) and bivariat (two variables) data. It starts with statistics key words then moves to display data, analysis of univriate data by measures of central tendency (mean) dispersion (variance, standard deviation), along with bivariat data, correlation, and linear regression, and finally analyze questionnaire results.

Course assessment :

Mid Term Exam 20% (20 Marks) Class Activities (Quizzes, Brainstorming, Problem based learning, Critical thinking, Assignments, Assessment of Professional Skills) 30% (30 Marks) Final Written Exam 50% (50 Marks)

Recommended text books :

Buglear,J.,(2016). Stats to go. A guide to statistics for hospitality, leisure and tourism.1st ed. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann. Lind, A.Douglas and Marchal, G. William, (2005). Basic statistics for Business and Economics. 5th McGraw-Hill. Aczel, D. Amir, 2005. Complete Business statistics 6th Ed.McGraw-Hill.

Recommended refrences :

Buglear,J.,(2016). Stats to go. A guide to statistics for hospitality, leisure and tourism.1st ed. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann. Lind, A.Douglas and Marchal, G. William, (2005). Basic statistics for Business and Economics. 5th McGraw-Hill. Aczel, D. Amir, 2005. Complete Business statistics 6th Ed.McGraw-Hill. http://www.capmas.gov.eg/ central agency for public mobilization an statistics

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