This course aims to provide an applied overview of business data analytics methods such as Generalized Additive Models, Decision Trees, Boosting, Bagging, Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines as well as more classical linear approaches such as Logistic Regression, and Nearest Neighbors. Computing is done in R, and students will focus on how the techniques covered can be applied to solving business problems. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: ECON/MGMT 305 and junior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors. Offered every Spring

An introduction to business. Topics include the interrelationships between the functional areas of business (marketing, human resource and operations management, finance, accounting) and the external environment; and developing a framework for business analysis. [May not be taken for credit by students with any post-secondary marketing or management credit courses.] (3:0:0)

An examination of the process of achieving organizational goals through the use of strategic and operational strategies involving the four major management functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Credit will only be granted for one of MGMT 371 or MGMT 192. (3:0:0)

Prerequisite: Min. "C" in English 12 and min "C+" in one of Principles of Mathematics 11, Applications of Mathematics 11, Foundations of Mathematics 11, Pre-calculus 11, or Math 047.

To receive a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting, students must successfully complete 120 hours of study that include the following:

This course aims to provide an applied overview of business data analytics methods such as Generalized Additive Models, Decision Trees, Boosting, Bagging, Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines as well as more classical linear approaches such as Logistic Regression, and Nearest Neighbors. Computing is done in R, and students will focus on how the techniques covered can be applied to solving business problems. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: ECON/MGMT 305 and junior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors. Offered every Spring

This course aims to provide an applied overview of business data analytics methods such as Generalized Additive Models, Decision Trees, Boosting, Bagging, Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines as well as more classical linear approaches such as Logistic Regression, and Nearest Neighbors. Computing is done in R, and students will focus on how the techniques covered can be applied to solving business problems. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: ECON/MGMT 305 and junior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors. Offered every Spring

An introduction to business. Topics include the interrelationships between the functional areas of business (marketing, human resource and operations management, finance, accounting) and the external environment; and developing a framework for business analysis. [May not be taken for credit by students with any post-secondary marketing or management credit courses.] (3:0:0)

An examination of the process of achieving organizational goals through the use of strategic and operational strategies involving the four major management functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Credit will only be granted for one of MGMT 371 or MGMT 192. (3:0:0)

Prerequisite: Min. "C" in English 12 and min "C+" in one of Principles of Mathematics 11, Applications of Mathematics 11, Foundations of Mathematics 11, Pre-calculus 11, or Math 047.

This course aims to provide an applied overview of business data analytics methods such as Generalized Additive Models, Decision Trees, Boosting, Bagging, Neural Networks and Support Vector Machines as well as more classical linear approaches such as Logistic Regression, and Nearest Neighbors. Computing is done in R, and students will focus on how the techniques covered can be applied to solving business problems. Prerequisites: Prerequisites: ECON/MGMT 305 and junior standing. Restricted to School of Business majors. Offered every Spring

An introduction to business. Topics include the interrelationships between the functional areas of business (marketing, human resource and operations management, finance, accounting) and the external environment; and developing a framework for business analysis. [May not be taken for credit by students with any post-secondary marketing or management credit courses.] (3:0:0)

An examination of the process of achieving organizational goals through the use of strategic and operational strategies involving the four major management functions: planning, organizing, leading, and controlling. Credit will only be granted for one of MGMT 371 or MGMT 192. (3:0:0)

Prerequisite: Min. "C" in English 12 and min "C+" in one of Principles of Mathematics 11, Applications of Mathematics 11, Foundations of Mathematics 11, Pre-calculus 11, or Math 047.

To receive a bachelor of business administration degree in accounting, students must successfully complete 120 hours of study that include the following:

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