The certificate in Quantitative Psychology provides graduate students with advanced training in statistical, psychometric, methodological, and computational procedures. The certificate equips students to improve the quality of their substantive research and helps students obtain favorable positions in academia, industry, and the private sector upon graduation.

To earn the certificate, students must complete 12 credits of approved quantitative courses, at least 6 of which are from the Department of Psychology. Some courses will receive automatic approval. Students can obtain approval for other courses by sending the syllabi to the Program Coordinator.