The certificate program requires successful completion of six courses in Applied Statistics.
|MAT 441||APPLIED STATISTICS I||4|
|MAT 442||APPLIED STATISTICS II||4|
|MAT 443||APPLIED STATISTICS III||4|
|APPLIED REGRESSION ANALYSIS|
|STATISTICAL QUALITY CONTROL|
|SAMPLING THEORY AND METHODS|
|DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF EXPERIMENTS|
Students in the Certificate in Applied Statistics program must follow the academic standing, probation and dismissal guidelines, among the other guidelines, found in the Program Graduate Academic Student Handbook for Applied Statistics.
Students in the Certificate in Applied Statistics program must apply for degree conferral via Campus Connection in advance of their final quarter in the program in order to have their coursework audited for the awarding and delivery of their certificate.
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Non-degree seeking students and students enrolled in other DePaul graduate degree programs
Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis. It is recommended that applicants coming from a non-math background should have completed the following minimum requirements: two years of calculus, including multivariate calculus and linear algebra; one course in statistics; and one course in scientific computer programming Applicants who do not have this preparation may be admitted on a conditional basis until they have completed the requirements with grades of B or better. To apply, complete a DePaul University College of Science and Health graduate admission online application and submit the following:
- Official transcripts from all previous college course work. A bachelor's degree (from a regionally accredited institution), or equivalent, is required
- Optional personal statement (200-300 words) describing your objectives and needs from the program