Students enrolled in Psychology doctoral programs must complete the department's statistics requirements. The statistics requirements may be met by satisfactory performance in at least one of two core statistics courses,
- PSYCH 630: Advanced Analysis of Variance
- PSYCH 632: Multiple Regression
plus one additional statistics course. The additional course may be the remaining statistics course listed above or a different statistics course, such as PSYCH 800: Psychometric Theory and Structural Equation Modeling or PSYCH 801: Advanced Structural Equation Modeling.
Particular Areas may specify that a particular statistics course, such as PSYCH 630 or PSYCH 632, is required. Check the Area-specific degree requirements. Statistics courses required by the Area must be taken for a numerical grade.
Credit toward PSYCH 630 or PSYCH 632 may be granted if the student can present evidence of a particularly strong undergraduate or previous graduate-level statistics background. Consult with the Associate Chair, Graduate Affairs.
Last updated: June 24, 2019