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The statistics certificate program provides statistical training for graduate students at ASU and working professionals in the Phoenix metropolitan area. The program draws upon a variety of faculty research and teaching interests from various academic units so programs of study can be tailored to reflect individual needs and goals.
Statistics (Graduate Certificate)
Liberal Arts & Sciences, The College of
The Plan of Study is the required curriculum to complete the program.
Qualifications for Admission
To apply for the certificate program, the applicant must have:
Certificate of Statistics Requirements
The certificate program requires a minimum of 15 hours of coursework. No more than 40% of coursework towards the requirements of a graduate certificate can be completed prior to admission to the certificate program.
To qualify for the certificate, a student must complete courses in both regression analysis and analysis of variance/experimental design. The remaining nine credits are taken from the set of approved courses listed below. (SoMSS can approve changes to this list).
The certificate program requires no applied project. A maximum of 9 hours from the approved list of certificate courses can be transferred to the MS Statistics degree.
Approved Course Lists
To receive the Certificate in Statistics, complete 5 of the following courses:
Not all courses will be available to all students. Some may have prerequisites that are not part of this program.
Regression Analysis (one of the following is required)
Analysis of Variance/Experimental Design (one of the following is required)
Approved Electives (three required)
Course offerings under IEE 591, ECN 591, STP 591, IEE 598, ECN 598, or STP 598 can be used toward certificate requirements with approval of SoMSS.
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