STATISTICS FOR ENGINEERS offers the fundamentals of engineering statistics in theory and applications. This book covers topics found in introductory descriptive statistics courses: probability theory, random sampling, estimation theory, test of hypotheses and simple linear regression. Each chapter explains the statistical concepts and shows how to use the statistical procedures developed. Illustrations using Microsoft Excel are also included in several chapters. The book incorporates various worked examples and exercises to demonstrate their relevance, making it an invaluable companion for students and instructors. This book can serve as a text aimed for undergraduates for a one-semester course and review materials for postgraduate students and practicing engineers. Readers need not have a prerequisite knowledge of statistics but a rudimentary knowledge of algebra and calculus would be helpful.