Applied Statistical Analysis, AC

Our advanced certificate in applied statistical analysis is designed to give you a strong starting point for either pursuing a doctoral degree or launching a career as a researcher who analyzes statistical data, particularly in education. Our program is open to anyone working towards or already holding a master's or doctoral degree, regardless of their field of study.

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Why choose UB’s program?

  1. This certificate enhances your chances of getting hired. 
  2. As a student, you'll receive hands-on experience in applying statistical methods to real-world quantitative data. 
  3. You'll gain valuable insights into interpreting and analyzing quantitative data effectively. 
  4. Throughout the program, you'll delve into a diverse array of statistical methods, expanding your knowledge and skill set.
  5.  You'll develop a deep understanding of the methods and models underpinning statistical analysis, preparing you for success in both academic pursuits and professional research roles.


Academic credential granted Advanced Certificate (AC)
Credits required for completion 18
Time to completion 2 to 4 semesters
Course delivery On campus or online
Application deadline Priority Deadlines
Fall: April 1, then rolling until Aug. 10
Spring: Nov. 1, then rolling until Jan. 10

The Value of an Advanced Certificate

In today’s dynamic professional environment, continuous self-improvement is essential for career success. Advancements, competition and evolving landscapes require professionals to maintain current, industry-relevant knowledge, skills, and competencies. Advanced certificates can complement completed degrees or serve as standalone credentials. Regardless of your chosen path, an advanced certificate offers additional knowledge and opportunities to refine professional skills, facilitating career advancement. They offer a flexible, accessible and cost-effective educational route to pursue career goals and remain competitive.

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