Guia docente 2021_22
Facultad de Ciencias Económicas y Empresariales
Grado en Administración y Dirección de Empresas
 Subjects
  Statistics: Statistics
   Learning outcomes
Learning outcomes Competences
Be able to identify the statistical aspects within an empirical problem and draw conclusions from the existing information applying the concepts studied in the subject. Learn, know, apply and correctly interpret the descriptive techniques and the calculation of basic probabilities and assess their interest as a fundamental tool in data analysis. CE7
CE9
CE10
Effectively solve problems and issues of each of the lessons in the program using the appropriate quantitative methods. CE12
Know the importance of information and be able to assess and classify it in each decision area. Know how to correctly apply and interpret the basic descriptive techniques for the analysis of one-dimensional and two-dimensional variables. CE12
CE16
Introduce the student in the use of Excel spreadsheet, in particular in the use of its statistical functions. And, in this way, favor a positive attitude towards the quantitative, in general, and the statistics, in particular, as well as towards its computer manipulation. CG3
Promote sensitivity to the values of the scientific thinking, favoring attitudes associated with the use and development of statistical methods such as: the questioning of intuitive ideas; the critical analysis of statements; the need for verification; the ability to analyze and synthesize; or the rational decision-making. CG1
CG2
CG13
CG14
Promote an attitude of ethical commitment, focusing on: how to obtain the data; not manipulating the results or; not copying the studies of others or taking advantage of their work. CT3
CT4
Awake a taste for the use and study of Statistics, seeing it as a tool that allows us to learn more about our own field of knowledge and to start carrying out our own research. CT5
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