BS Business Statistics and Management
Business Statistics & Management studies can lead to careers in marketing, financial analysis, operations management, and administration. Financial analysts consult with clients to determine the earning potential of investments and to recommend investment strategies. Marketing executives forecast product demand and devise pricing strategies in order to reach as many markets as possible. Budget analysts assist organizations in determining how to best use their financial resources. As budget analysts, they can evaluate and revise budget policies.
- Regression and Multivariate Data Analysis
- Data Mining for Business Intelligence
- Introduction to Marketing
- Ethical and Legal Issues in Business
- Global Business
- Strategic Management
- Business Statistics
- Fundamentals of Accounting
- Introduction to Computer Technology
- At least 45% marks or 2nd division in F.Sc./FA/I.Com./ICS/A level or equivalent.
- Passing marks in entry test.
A career in statistics can be obtained by performing activities such as problem-solving in a wide range of fields and applying mathematical and statistical knowledge to social and economic problems. Statistics-related careers can be found in a wide range of fields. Agriculture, business, industry, computer science, health sciences, government, private, scientific, and other disciplines are just a few examples of fields that use statistics. Almost all careers using business statistics require you to spend time in an office setting. Many business positions demand a 40-hour workweek, however, overtime may be required during busy seasons or when deadlines are looming. Some business statistics jobs may require frequent travel to meet with investors, customers, and other financial staff.