Graduate Certificate in Industrial Statistics

Program Overview

The Graduate Certificate in Industrial Statistics is primarily designed to help professionals in manufacturing and service industries to improve their expertise in statistical design of studies, and statistical and analytical methodology for decision making, planning, and quality improvement.

All of the required courses list and most courses of the elective courses list are currently offered either synchronously over the Internet using a live web conferencing tool (hybrid on-line), or asynchronously (“fully”) on-line.

 

CERTIFICATE REQUIREMENTS
 

A Graduate Certificate in Industrial Statistics is awarded for completion of four courses as follows:

Three Required Courses: chosen from

MATH 836: Advanced Statistical Methods for Research

MATH 837: Statistical Quality Improvement (SQI)

MATH 839: Applied Regression Analysis

MATH 840: Design of Experiments I

Note that all of these have as a prerequisite an introductory statistics course, such as MATH 835: Statistical Methods for Research.

One Elective Course: chosen from the remaining course of the above list and from

MATH 838: Data Mining and Predictive Analytics

MATH 841: Biostatistics and Life Testing

MATH 843: Time Series Analysis

MATH 844: Design of Experiments II (DOE II)

MATH 855: Probability and Stochastic Processes

MATH 941: Bayesian and Computational Statistics

MATH 944: Spatial Statistics

or any other approved special topics course in the area of industrial statistics.

Other special topics courses are occasionally offered and may be added to the list of elective courses.

All of the courses of the Required Courses list and most courses of the Elective Courses list are currently offered either synchronously over the Internet using a live web conferencing tool (hybrid on-line), or asynchronously (“fully”) on-line.

 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
 

  • Candidates for the Industrial Statistics Certificate must possess a Bachelor's degree from a college or university.

  • Application for matriculation into the certificate program should be made no later than the beginning of the second course to be taken for the certificate.

  • A maximum of one graduate course taken at UNH prior to matriculating may be applied to the certificate.

  • Applicants may or may not already be enrolled in a graduate degree program at UNH. Please note: Applicantion fee waivers are available for current UNH Graduate Students.

Please note: the Graduate Record Examination is not required.

 

Contact

Ernst Linder

Program Coordinator
Department of Mathematics & Statistics
elinder@unh.edu
Phone: (603) 862-2687
N321 B Kingsbury Hall
University of New Hampshire