Truth in Lending (TESU)

Truth in Lending Program Cost $5,700 Financing Fee $390     Number of Payments 21 Payment Period Monthly Payment Amount $290 Prepayment: There is no prepayment penalty or discount. Cancellation and Refunds: Payments and associated fees are non-refundable. Late Payment Fee: You may be charged…

Truth in Lending

Truth in Lending Program Cost $5,000 Financing Fee $220     Number of Payments 18 Payment Period Monthly Payment Amount $290 Prepayment: There is no prepayment penalty or discount. Cancellation and Refunds: Payments and associated fees are non-refundable. Late Payment Fee: You may be charged…

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Take a look at the digital badges here:  https://www.youracclaim.com/organizations/statistics-com/badges For example, if you look at Regression Analysis, you will see a number of demonstrated skills. Select the skill and you will see jobs with which this skill is necessary You can even see related jobs…

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Terms of Use Thank you for being a Statistics.com student! Courses at the Institute for Statistics Education, and statistical software, are provided by Statistics.com, LLC. These Terms of Use ("Terms") govern your use of Statistics.com's website, and its products and services ("Services"). By using our…

Statistics Symbols

Access a table of statistics symbols organized by: Alphabetical statistical symbols Greek statistical symbols (used extensively in statistical notation) Mathematical symbols used in statistics Click here to download a PDF.

Test Yourself!

Introductory Statistics Planning on taking an introductory statistics course, but not sure if you need to start at the beginning? Review the course description for each of our introductory statistics courses and estimate which best matches your level, then take the self test for that…

Terms and Conditions

Read the following information to understand student responsibilities: CANCELLATION/WITHDRAWAL/REFUND POLICIES Rejection:  An applicant rejected by the school is entitled to a refund of all monies paid. Five-Day Cancellation:  An applicant who provides written notice of cancellation within five days of executing the enrollment agreement is…

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We respect your privacy - what follows is a description of how we gather and use information. The Information We Collect and How We Collect it You can visit most sections of this web site, including valuable public resources such as the glossary of statistical…

How do I become a successful learner?

The Statistics.com course model was conceived as a cross between the "buy a book and try to master the subject on your own" approach, and the "attend a class and receive concentrated instruction for 3-4 days." Successful Statistics.com students are those who take an active…

ACE approved course badges from Credly

What courses are eligible for an ACE approved badge from Credly? All of our courses or programs that our ACE approved badges from Credly can be found here. The badge is also on each course or program page on Statistics.com What is an open badge?…

I’m currently working on a degree, how can I transfer credit?

Read these articles for more information on course credit options and transferring course credit: What courses earn college credit? Will credits from courses transfer to another school? ACE Credit evaluation criteria by course. Who approves my courses for college credit? How do I transfer credit…

What degree programs do you offer?

Currently Statistics.com is affiliated with two universities to offer degree programs. Visit the degree program section of this website for more details.

ACE Credit evaluation criteria by course

The American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT) has evaluated and recommended college credit for the below courses offered by The Institute for Statistics Education at Statistics.com. Check this list to see if your school is already part of the ACE CREDIT…

Proctored Examinations

Students wishing to receive a grade/transcript from Statistics.com in certain courses must take a proctored final examination. The following information is designed to guide students through this process. Statistics.com requires designated proctors, selected by the student, and approved by Statistics.com, to supervise and administer final…

Test Your Proficiency in Introductory Statistics

Planning on taking an introductory statistics course, but not sure if you need to start at the beginning? Review the course description for each of our introductory statistics courses and estimate which best matches your level, then take the self test for that course. If…

How long do I have to complete a certificate?

If you take one course at a time, most programs can be completed in 12-15 months. We know that sometimes life takes unexpected turns, so you have three (3) years to complete the certificate.

How does the Mastery Series program work?

The Institute offers specializations in topics in several areas of focus. Successfully complete three of the courses listed for any specialization and you'll earn a Record of Specialization from the Institute for Statistics Education at Statistics.com.

Is there a fee for a Record of Mastery Specialization?

Successfully complete the courses listed for Mastery Series and you'll earn a Record of Mastery from the Institute for Statistics Education at Statistics.com.  To receive your Record of Mastery, there is a recording fee of $65.

What courses are eligible for CAP certification?

The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) chose Statistics.com as a Recognized Analytics Education Provider that supports the Certified Analytics Professional (CAP®) program, so your course credits are recognized in their certification programs. The following courses are eligible for transfer into a…

Student Catalog

Student Catalog The Institute of Statistics Education Catalog is available here: Student Catalog If you have any questions regarding the material in our student handbook, please contact us.

Terms and Conditions of Use

Terms and Conditions of Use Please read the following information to understand student responsibilities: Cancellation, Withdrawal, and Refund Policies Rejection:  An applicant rejected by the school is entitled to a refund of all monies paid. Five-Day Cancellation:  An applicant who provides written notice of cancellation…

Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy We respect your privacy - what follows is a description of how we gather and use information. The Information We Collect and How We Collect it You can visit most sections of this web site, including valuable public resources such as the glossary…

What software is used in courses?

The following software is available at no charge, or nominal charge, for use in certain Statistics.com courses. Please note that the instructor may provide illustrations, examples, exercises and occasional pointers in a particular software package with which he/she is familiar, but his/her role is not…

What type of courses does the Institute offer?

The Institute offers approximately 100 courses each year. Topics include basic survey courses for novices, a full sequence of introductory statistics courses, bridge courses to more advanced topics, and courses in biostatistics, research statistics, data mining, business analytics, survey statistics, and environmental statistics.

Who are the instructors at the Institute?

The Institute has over 60 instructors who are recruited based on their expertise in various areas in statistics. Our faculty are authors of well-regarded texts in their area; are advisory board members; are senior faculty; or are educators who have made important contributions to the…

What courses earn college credit?

The Institute for Statistics Education offers 29 courses that are eligible for college credit through ACE CREDIT® (the American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service). The ACE CREDIT College and University Network is a group of more than 2,200 higher education institutions that consider…

Will credits from courses transfer to another school?

Academic credit is available for a number of the Institute's courses via the American Council on Education Credit Recommendation Service (ACE). The ACE is an organization of more than 1,800 U.S. universities, 4-year colleges, and community colleges, including institutions that are both public and private,…

Who is SCHEV and what do they do?

SCHEV is the acronym for the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia. The Institute for Statistics Education (TISE) is certified to operate by SCHEV. The Institute is certified by SCHEV, because The Institute is both an institute of learning and is registered with the Commonwealth…

Record of Course Completion and CEUs

Individual Records of Course Completion Many of the courses at The Institute for Statistics Education have been recommended for C.E.U.’s, based on the length of the course, typically 5.0 CEUs for 4-week courses. At The Institute, CEU's are awarded on the basis of 1 CEU…

What are the homework requirements in courses?

All courses provide homework exercises to help students grasp the concepts being presented. They are open for a week, during which time students work and submit their answers. Then the assignment is  closed and in most cases model answers and/or feedback is provided. The closed…

What is the learning style at The Institute for Statistics Education​?

Statistics.com courses have 3 main elements: (1) Weekly lessons with assigned readings (usually in a text, sometimes supplemented by additional online materials), (2) Private online discussion board for all students and the instructor, and (3) Homework assignments with feedback. On the first day, the course…

How do I communicate with instructors?

Students attend classes from all over the world in 24 different time zones. Lessons are scheduled on a week-by-week basis, but there are no specific times of day when students or instructors must be available for "class hours" or "office hours,"  Rather, students, instructors and…

What are time requirements for courses?

Statistics.com courses typically require about 15 hours per week. This is an estimate that is based upon a comparison between material covered in a Statistics.com course, in a typical semester-length graduate course in statistics, and in a typical 3-day professional development course. The amount of…

How do our courses work?

There are four main components to our courses: Instructional materials (course text, readings, videos, slides - this varies across courses). Discussion with instructor and other students via daily web forum (asynchronous - you need not be online at any particular time of day). Homework (submitted…

Can I withdraw from a course?

Cancellations Students are entitled to a full refund if a course they are registered for is canceled. Five-Day Cancellation:  An applicant who provides written notice of cancellation within five days from date of registration, and prior to course start date is entitled to a refund…

Can I transfer to another course?

Statistics.com has a flexible policy that recognizes circumstances may arise to prevent you from taking a course as planned.   You can transfer your tuition to another course at any time prior to the course start date or the drop date.  The drop date for transfer…

What are the tuition fees for a certificate?

Tuition fees are listed on each certificate description page, and are based on pre-payment or a pay-as-you-go plan. Both options include free enrollment in our Statistics 1 and Statistics 2 courses if needed - these courses are free to you as a certificate candidate. Once…

Is there a particular way I should schedule my courses?

Scheduling is flexible with courses offered throughout the year. The format does not require you to be online at any specific time. Most certificate students take one course at a time and we encourage you to plan your program with the courses that fit into…

Does the certificate program have admission requirements?

You should have recently had introductory statistics, equivalent to our Statistics 1 and Statistics 2 courses. If you haven't, or if you'd like to go over that basic material again as a refresher course, we'll enroll in Statistics 1 and 2. There's no tuition charge,…

How do I enroll in a course?

Most courses accept registrations until the start date. Once you decide which course you want to take, please review the course level, course prerequisites, course syllabus, required textbooks, software, and course start date, etc. To enroll, click the 'Enroll Now' button and follow the purchasing…

Are Statistics.com courses certified?

Some courses at Statistics.com are recognized for college credit by the American Council on Education, and The Institute for Statistics Education at Statistics.com is certified to operate by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV). The American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation…

Are courses eligible for CAP certification?

The Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) chose Statistics.com as a Recognized Analytics Education Provider that supports the Certified Analytics Professional (CAP®) program, so your course credits are recognized in their certification programs.

Is the Institute for Statistics Education certified?

The Institute for Statistics Education (TISE) is certified to operate by the State Council of Higher Education for Virginia (SCHEV). The Institute is certified to operate by SCHEV. The Institute is certified by SCHEV, because The Institute is both an institute of learning, and because…

How do I transfer credit to my college or university?​

To transfer your course for credit to a college or university, please follow these steps:  Step 1 Check this of ACE CREDIT approved courses offered by Statistics.com and make sure your course is included in this list: What courses earn college credit? Step 2 Check this…

I need an accredited course to satisfy…

I need an accredited course to satisfy a prerequisite, meet a job requirement, or to obtain reimbursement from my employer. I do not need credit transferred to my institution. First, identify who in your organization who will approve the course you want to take. Give…

Who approves my courses for college credit?

While the American Council on Education's College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT) has evaluated and recommended college credit for several courses offered by Statistics.com, the decision to accept specific credit recommendations is up to each institution to which you are applying for credit.

Who is the American Council on Education (ACE)?

The American Council on Education is a nonprofit U.S. higher education association established in 1918. ACE's members are the leaders of approximately 1,700 accredited, degree-granting colleges and universities and higher education-related associations, organizations, and corporations. The American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE…

Is my school in the ACE CREDIT Network?

To find out if your school is a member of the ACE CREDIT College and University Network, please check their institutions list on the ACE website: http://www2.acenet.edu/crm/cup/ If YES: Ask your adviser to verify that your institution accepts transfer credit via ACE.  Show this page…

How do I find you on the ACE website?

The Institute for Statistics Education eligibility for college credit courses through the American Council on Education (ACE) can be found here on their website. Step 1: Go to http://www2.acenet.edu/credit Step 2: Look for the alphabetized search in the organization list. Step 3: Choose "S" for Statistics.com. Step…

College credit through ACE CREDIT

The American Council on Education’s College Credit Recommendation Service (ACE CREDIT®) has evaluated and recommended college credit for over two dozen courses at The Institute for Statistics Education. The ACE CREDIT College and University Network is a group of more than 2,200 higher education institutions…