Statistics Academic Graduate Certificate
STAT 431 or similar course preparation must be completed prior to pursuing this academic certificate. At least half of the credits used for this certificate must be at the 500-level. All required coursework must be completed with a grade of 'B' or better (O-10-b).
|STAT 422||Survey Sampling Methods||3|
|or STAT 507||Experimental Design|
|Select additional courses from the following:||9|
|Introduction to SAS/R Programming (Choose only one of these three)|
or STAT 426
or STAT 427
|Survey Sampling Methods|
|Applied Regression Modeling|
|Statistical Learning and Predictive Modeling|
|Introduction to Bayesian Statistics|
|Computer Intensive Statistics|
Other advisor-approved electives
Courses to total 12 credits for this certificate
- The student will be able to conduct a statistical analysis using methods that are appropriate for their data.
- The student can diagnose whether the assumptions of the chosen statistical method are valid.
- The student can clearly explain the results of the statistical analysis and if the statistical method(s) are valid.