Text – Mastery Series Course Credit Option (basic)

Our Mastery Series credits options vary by program and courses offered.  No Credit You may take this program without pursuing credit or a record of completion. Mastery Program Credit If you are enrolled in a Mastery Program that requires demonstration of proficiency in this subject,…

Text – Mastery Series Course Fee Information

Record of Mastery Documentation Fee Upon Mastery completion, there is a $65 recording fee to receive your Record of Mastery documentation.  Transfers and Withdrawals We have flexible policies to transfer to another course or withdraw if necessary (modest fee applies). Enrollment Courses may fill up…

Text – Mastery Series Time Requirements

Each course is a 4-week course requiring 10-15 hours per week of review and study, at times of your choosing. You may build your own course calendar to meet your individual requirements. The Mastery Series program may be completed in less than six months to…

Text – Mastery Series – Tuition and Fees Block

Save 10% on your total tuition for all required courses by choosing the "Pay-In-Advance" option for this Mastery Series. You can also purchase courses as you go along in your studies, but course fees are subject to change at any time should you choose not to lock-in…

Text – Mastery Series Organization of Course

The Mastery Program consists of standard Statistics.com courses – small classes, regular interaction with your instructor throughout the course, rapid expert feedback on your homework and projects.  You can register for the courses individually, and even incorporate courses that you have recently successfully completed. Courses…

Text – Software Learn More & Acquire

Software Uses and Descriptions | Available Free Versions To learn more about the software used in this course, or how to obtain free versions of software used in our courses, please read our knowledge base article "What software is used in courses?" 

Text – ACE Only

ACE CREDIT | College Credit This course has been evaluated by the American Council on Education (ACE) and is recommended for the the upper division baccalaureate degree, 3 semester hours in data mining, statistics, or computer science. Please note that the decision to accept specific…

Text – Familiar with Intro Stats

Introductory Statistics We assume you are versed in statistics or have the equivalent understanding of topics covered in our Statistics 1 and Statistics 2 courses. but do not require them as eligibility to enroll in this course. Please review the course description for each of our…

Text – Course Credit Option (list options)

Students come to The Institute for a variety of reasons. As you begin the course, you will be asked to specify your category: No Credit You may be interested only in learning the material presented, and not be concerned with grades or a record of…

Text – Course Fee Information – Loaded

Enrollment Courses may fill up at any time and registrations are processed in the order in which they are received. Your registration will be confirmed for the first available course date unless you specify otherwise. Transfers and Withdrawals We have flexible policies to transfer to…

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INFORMS-CAP This course is recognized by the Institute for Operations Research and the Management Sciences (INFORMS) as helpful preparation for the Certified Analytics Professional (CAP®) exam and can help CAP® analysts accrue Professional Development Units to maintain their certification.

Text – Homework – guided data analysis problems

Homework in this course consists of exercises with guided data analysis problems using course software. In addition to assigned readings, this course also has supplemental PDF reading material, and exams to assess knowledge and comprehension.

Text – Course Credit Option (basic)

This course is eligible for the following credit and recognition options: No Credit You may take this course without pursuing credit or a record of completion. Mastery or Certificate Program Credit If you are enrolled in mastery or certificate program that requires demonstration of proficiency…

Text – Time Requirements

This is a 4-week course requiring 10-15 hours per week of review and study, at times of your choosing.

Text – Organization of Course

This course takes place online at The Institute for 4 weeks. During each course week, you participate at times of your own choosing - there are no set times when you must be online. Course participants will be given access to a private discussion board.…

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