The School of Politics, Security and International Affairs, the School of Public Administration, and the Department of Computer Science, offer a Graduate Certificate in Network Analysis and Applications that consists of 12 credit hours at the graduate level. Upon completing the certificate, students will be able to analyze networks either via pre-determined network analysis programs, by implementing the analysis via packages available in libraries in a suitable programming language, or by programming the analysis from scratch.
The Graduate Certificate in Network Analysis and Applications consists of 12 credit hours at the graduate level. Of these, 3 credit-hours are acquired via the core-course, 6 credit hours must be chosen from the list of restricted electives (see below). 3 additional credit hours are elective courses that can include a) one more of the courses listed as restricted electives; b) another elective course to be approved by the program advisor; c) independent studies with an affiliated faculty member to be chosen with approval from the program advisor and the selected faculty member.
Total Credit Hours Required: 12 Credit Hours Minimum beyond the Bachelor's Degree