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Loyola University Chicago

School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Statistics Certificate

The courses for the Statistics certificate are offered in the 16-week daytime schedule at the Lake Shore Campus:

This program is suitable for students preparing for a career in industrial mathematics, biostatistics, statistics, business or economics. The Statistics Certificate Program may also appeal to high-school teachers of Science and Mathematics. Courses are taught by the faculty of the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. All courses are for credit and can be transferred into the major in Statistics once a student is admitted into an undergraduate degree-seeking program.

For more information on the Statistics Certificate Program, please email adult@luc.edu.

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Certificate Requirements

The Statistics Certificate Program requires six courses (18 credit hours). Please click on each course to read a full description of the content covered:

Some requirements may be fulfilled by transfer credit. Please speak to an SCPS academic advisor about prior credits.

Courses are offered in the 16-week format during the day at the Lake Shore Campus. To see a complete list of classes for upcoming terms, click here.  SCPS cannot guarantee full-time status throughout the length of the certificate program.

International Students

International Students seeking admission to any certificate program in the School of Continuing and Professional Studies are required to demonstrate the ability to study at Loyola University Chicago with the appropriate F-I visa status classification. The Office of International Programs is available to assist you regarding the appropriate documentation to study with SCPS. Please feel free to contact them at 773.508.7706 or intlcntr@luc.edu. Please be advised:

Join us for an Open House or Information Session to learn more about Loyola’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies Certificate programs and our statistics courses.


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