Why study Statistical Science?
The Graduate Certificate in Statistical Science is a two-semester course of part-time study that equips students with applied statistical techniques beyond those covered in a standard undergraduate program. A graduate of the certificate program is prepared to perform statistical data analysis in a variety of professional contexts.
To learn about admission requirements, please visit https://www.artsci.uc.edu/departments/math/grad/gcss.html.
Students applying for the program should have or be expecting to obtain a bachelor’s degree in a discipline that employs data analysis. GRE is not required; however, students should have taken STAT 2037 and STAT 3038 (Probability & Statistics I and II) or equivalent courses (i.e., two semesters of calculus-based probability and statistics) with a grade of B or higher in each course.
Proficiency in English is expected of international students whose native language is not English.
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A graduate of the certificate program is prepared to perform statistical data analysis in a variety of professional contexts.
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Program Code: 15GC-STAT-GC