Statistical Research Methods for Supply Chain and Information Systems (3) Current statistical research methods for modeling and analysis of supply chain and information systems.
SC&IS 535 Statistical Research Methods for Supply Chain and Information Systems (3)
This is a Ph.D. level course that requires in-depth study of statistical research methods for observational analysis and modeling of supply chain and information systems. Special emphasis is given to five methods of statistical inference:
b) Comparison of K-groups
d) Data mining
e) Decision-making under uncertainty
Student evaluations are based on class participation, individual and group assignments, and exams. This course will be offered during Fall semester for approximately 5-10 students.
Note : Class size, frequency of offering, and evaluation methods will vary by location and instructor. For these details check the specific course syllabus.