I believe the best solution to your question is the MIT Open Courseware (OCW).
MIT OCW provides users with open access to the syllabi, lecture notes,
course calendars, problem sets and solutions, exams, reading lists,
and some selection of video lectures. The syllabi typically includes
required textbooks, pace of study, recommended readings, etc.
You can find a list of courses here:
and choose the appropriate course website.
For business and management science courses (includes regression, modeling, etc):
For economics and relevant statistic courses (specifically 14.30 and onward):
To brush up on your mathematical background necessary for the higher
level management science and econometrics courses:
Many users contact MIT OCW, asking for information about MIT's
curriculum so they can design their own course of self-study. In the
interest of improving the user experience with MIT OCW materials, the
following guides to MIT's undergraduate and graduate curriculum has
The MIT OCW has continuously been the ultimate source of educational
resources for many people's personal studying (including myself), all
at free of charge.
I hope this helps and please let me know if you require any clarification.