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  Sep 26, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Academic Catalog & Student Handbook

Applied Statistics Certificate


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The Applied Statistics program provides the student with the methods and procedures to properly plan and obtain data for a research project, and then correctly analyze the collected information in order to answer the question motivating the study.

The certificate program is designed for persons wishing to obtain statistical training in order to enhance their current career choice. The coursework provides the student working knowledge of all of the most commonly employed statistical designs, data gathering mechanisms, and training in the use of two different statistical computer packages for data analysis. The focus is always on application and results. Completion of the course work is equivalent to a minor concentration in statistics.

Note:


The normal length of this program is two years.

* Students desiring upper division credit (UW) must register for STAT 4025 (UW/CC) and STAT 2221 . Taken concurrently these courses are equivalent to STAT 2220 .

**Students desiring upper division credit (UW) must register for STAT 4155 (UW/CC) and STAT 2121 . Taken concurrently these courses are equivalent to STAT 2120 .

***Students desiring upper division credit (UW) must register for STAT 4045 (UW/CC) and

 . Taken concurrently these courses are equivalent to STAT 2240 .

Graduation Requirements


For specific graduation requirements see “Degree Requirements ”.

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