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Abstract #303078

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Activity Number: 27
Type: Contributed
Date/Time: Sunday, August 7, 2005 : 2:00 PM to 3:50 PM
Sponsor: Section on Statistical Education
Abstract - #303078
Title: Integrating the Teaching of Statistics and Computer Literacy Courses as a Foundation for Business Research
Author(s): Bodapati V. R. Gandhi*+
Companies: University of Puerto Rico
Address: 710 Calle Azorin, Mayaguez, PR, 00682, United States
Keywords: Teaching ; business Statistics ; technology ; research methodology
Abstract:

Statistics is a core course in business education and often a prerequisite for advanced courses such as business research. The objective of the business curriculum is to bestow on the manager the skills of critical thinking, data collection, information synthesis, analysis, and communication---all part of research education. This paper speaks about the necessity of integrating research skills into courses that are prerequisites for business research. In particular, it discusses the needed emphasis on statistics as a research tool and using the basic information technology course as an aid for both statistics and research methodology courses.


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