Program at a Glance
- Graduate Certificate
- College of Community Innovation and Education
- Learning Sci & Educ Research
The Advanced Quantitative Methodologies graduate certificate provides advanced coursework for admitted UCF doctoral students and post-docs from any discipline to use quantitative data to answer complex research problems with sophisticated statistical procedures.
The coursework for the Advanced Quantitative Methodologies graduate certificate is broad-based enough to be useful for anyone interested in advancing their research and quantitative statistical skills, including students in other UCF colleges and local community service providers (e.g., evaluators, data analysts).
The graduate certificate in Advanced Quantitative Methodologies requires 12 credit hours of courses selected from a list of approved courses.
Total Credit Hours Required: 12 Credit Hours Minimum beyond the Master's Degree
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