The Certificate in Applied Statistics combines basic work in statistics, which is required for many majors and graduate degree programs, with additional coursework in applied statistics. The coursework is designed to broaden the abilities of scientists and social scientists who already have degrees, but who need more training in applying statistics to their research and employment activities.
The minimum required GPA for the awarding of the certificate is 2.0. Consult an advisor in the Department of Statistics and Biostatistics for clarification and interpretation of requirements.
The certificate consists of 15 units, not including prerequisites. At least 4 units must be at the graduate level.
Applied Statistical Methodology
A total of 6-8 units are required from the following Methodology groups:
Choose one (1) of the following courses for 3-4 units: