Training in statistical methods is a required part of the education of graduate students in engineering and the sciences. The Graduate Certificate in Applied Statistics is designed to provide additional education in statistical thinking and methodology over and above the basic coursework taken by the typical graduate student. This transcriptable certificate will provide a clear record of additional training in statistics for future graduate programs or employers. The Graduate Certificate will also be of interest to those currently employed in technical fields in the local area and to post-baccalaureate students.

Course Requirements

  • All students must take STAT 511/512 - Methods for Data Analysis I/II
  • Students choose 2 courses from the following list, at least one of which must be either STAT 446 or STAT 541.
    • STAT 446 - Sampling
    • STAT 541 - Experimental Design
    • STAT 431 - Nonparametric Statistics
    • STAT 436/536 - Introduction to Time Series Analysis
    • STAT 437 - Introduction to Applied Multivariate Analysis
    • STAT 439 - Introduction to Categorical Data Analysis
    • STAT 448 - Mixed Effects Models
    • STAT 524 - Biostatistics
    • STAT 528 - Statistical Quality Control

Current Graduate Students Must

  • Obtain the approval of the department head/graduate coordinator of the student's major department and the Department of Mathematical Sciences.
  • Obtain a grade of B or better in all coursework counted toward the certificate.

Non Degree Seeking Students Must

  • Obtain the approval of the department head/graduate coordinator of the Department of Mathematical Sciences and the Graduate School.
  • Obtain a grade of B or better in all coursework.

 

Updated on: 10/25/2013.