This course is an introduction to the quantitative skills that business students will need in their professional careers. Statistical concepts include methods of summarizing and reporting data such as descriptive statistics, frequency distributions, box plots, correlation, and measures of expected value. Probability concepts include methods of estimating outcomes with probability rules, Venn diagrams, probability trees, binomial calculations, and expectations of normally distributed data. Sampling concepts include methods of making inferential estimates based on sampling and confidence interval procedures. This course makes extensive use of Microsoft Excel to apply the class content to a range of business uses.