Graduate certificate in applied statistics

Statisticians are in high demand and needed in a variety of workforces. Supplement your degree with a certificate in applied statistics. 


To earn this certificate, you must complete 15 credit hours of statistics coursework, chosen from the following list of courses. All courses in the program must be selected under the direction of your adviser:

  • STA 570 (required)
  • 12 hours of coursework, selected from the following: STA 471, 472, 571, 572, 574, 575, and 676

As an option, one graduate-level statistics course from your home department may be allowed (if approved by the coordinator of the graduate certificate in applied statistics). No more than one of the 400-level courses listed above may be used for the certificate program.

Use the program sheet to keep track of your progress.

Course descriptions

See the academic catalog for course descriptions for mathematics and statistics graduate courses.

Program requirements

To be considered for this program, you must have earned a bachelor's degree with a minimum grade point average of 3.0. In addition, you must have successfully completed an undergraduate course in statistics.