This is a research-intensive course that builds practical skills in econometric and statistical analysis critical for business functions. Course topics include numerical and graphical summaries of data, hypothesis testing, confidence intervals, counts and tables, analysis of variance, regression, and cluster analysis. Upon completion of this course, students should have tangible skills in applied methods they can use in any business consulting or strategy role. This course is computationally, not mathematically, intensive and includes training in the use of sophisticated statistical software. Students should take Math for Business and Economics I and Introduction to Microeconomics Theory prior taking this course.