Mark Arnold
Program Director
301 Science Engineering Building
479-575-3351
E-mail: arnold@uark.edu

Program Description: The graduate certificate in Statistics and Analytics is a cross-college interdisciplinary program that builds on the university's current strengths in the colleges of Arts and Sciences; Business; Education and Health Professions; and Engineering.

Admission to the Graduate Certificate Program: Applicants to the graduate certificate in Statistics and Analytics must meet the admission requirements of the Graduate School.

Requirements for the Graduate Certificate in Statistics and Analytics:

The Graduate Certificate requires 12 hours of courses as specified below.
Choose one of the following:3-4
Statistical Methods (Sp, Fa)
and Statistics Methods Laboratory (Sp, Fa)
Educational Statistics and Data Processing (Sp, Su, Fa)
Decision Support and Analytics (Fa)
Research Methods in Political Science (Fa)
Inferential Statistics for Psychology (Fa)
Advanced Social Research (Fa)
Choose one of the following:3
Regression Analysis (Sp)
Applied Regression Analysis for Engineers (Irregular)
Multivariate Analysis (Sp)
Advanced Research Methods in Political Science (Fa)
Advanced Descriptive Statistics for Psychology (Sp)
Applied Data Analysis (Sp)
Choose one of the following:3
Methods of Multivariate Analysis (Sp)
Advanced Multivariate Analysis (Irregular)
Applied Multivariate Statistics (Sp)
Choose one of the following:3
Experimental Design (Sp)
Design of Industrial Experiments (Irregular)
Experimental Design in Education (Sp)
Total Hours12