This website supports the courses of Dr. John Rasp, Associate Professor in the
School of Business Administration at Stetson University in DeLand, Florida.
I am teaching five classes during the Fall Semester of 2014.
- Four sections of STAT 201, "Introduction to Business
Statistics." This is a half-unit course that introduces foundational statistical concepts. It is required of all business majors. It is intended to prepare student to take the main business statistics course (STAT 301). More importantly, it is intended to build quantitative literacy and quantitative competency..
- One section of STAT 460, "Experimental Design and Advanced Data Analisis." This course is part
of the Applied Statistics minor. It covers standard inferential statistical topics, including Analysis of Variance (ANOVA), with special emphasis on conceptual understanding of procedures, and selection between appropriate statistical tools. The focal concept is the reference distribution of the inferential procedure. The course is taught roughly at the level of a graduate statistical methods course for non-majors.