The Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics provides advanced preparation in statistics that can be applied to a variety of subject matter disciplines. There is a growing demand for proficiency in applied statistics in many fields including biology, medicine, chemistry, education, psychology, criminal justice, environmental science, urban planning, business, engineering, and industry. Such students may wish to demonstrate proficiency in applied statistics as it may be useful when looking for employment opportunities, in addition to helping them become better researchers in their chosen fields.
This graduate certificate is 15 credit hours and focuses on the fundamental concepts, application and technology of statistical methods and SAS training. The 15 hours from the Graduate Certificate can count towards the MS in Mathematical Sciences.
Students must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution with a cumulative undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0. They must have completed MATH 1451 and STAT 3352 or equivalent.
Please contact our Graduate Coordinator, Dr. Annie Childers, if you have any questions.