The Advanced Certificate in Statistics recognizes those who have pursued significant advanced study in the field of statistics beyond the bachelor's degree. It is designed for professionals who need enhanced skills in general and specialized statistical analysis. All 15 units of the certificate will apply to the 36-unit Master of Arts in Statistics for those who plan to continue their study in the field.
Advanced Certificate in Statistics
Applicants should have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution and a minimum overall grade-point average of 3.0. Degree candidates should have completed the calculus sequence (i.e., differential, integral and multivariable calculus), an intermediate statistics course (e.g., Math 305 Probability and Statistics), and either Math 3091 Matrix Algebra or Math 3101 Foundations for Higher Mathematics prior to beginning the certificate program.
Required courses (9 units):
|Math 5291||Linear Algebra||3|
|Math 594||Mathematical Statistics||3|
- 6 units of graduate-level statistics courses