Graduate Certificate, Statistics

  • Complete the following admission requirements:
  • Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution
  • Complete Calculus I (MATH F251X)Calculus II (MATH F252X) and Calculus III (MATH F253X)1
  • Complete Regression and Analysis of Variance (STAT F401) or equivalent1. Students without this requirement may be admitted into the program with a deficiency but will be required to complete STAT F401 as part of the requirements of the certificate.

Minimum Requirements for Degree: 12 credits

General University Requirements
Complete the general university requirements.
Graduate Certificate Requirements
Complete the graduate certificate requirements.
STAT F651Statistical Theory I 23
or MATH F408 Mathematical Statistics
Complete two from the following: 16-8
Applied Multivariate Statistics
Experimental Design
Spatial Statistics
Time Series
Distribution-free Statistics
Categorical Data Analysis
Bayesian Statistics
Bayesian Decision Theory for Resource Management
Statistical Theory I 2
Statistical Theory II 2
Statistical Theory III: Linear Models
Sampling Theory
Complete one or more from the following electives to total 12 credits for the certificate:3-6
Econometrics
Advanced Econometrics
Modern Applied Statistics for Fisheries
Population Dynamics of Vertebrates
Statistical Computing with R
Data Analysis in Community Ecology
Numerical Linear Algebra
Real Analysis
Advanced Mathematical Modeling
Optimization
Advanced Geostatistical Applications
Experimental and Data Analysis Methods in Petroleum Engineering
Digital Time Series Analysis
Or other elective courses approved by a Statistics faculty member.