The Office of Institutional Research and Planning along with the Department of Psychology has developed an online IR Graduate Certificate that will be available through HSU Distance & Extended Education. Students will be admitted during Fall 2013, and the first course will be offered in Spring 2014 with an expected graduation of Spring 2015.
Below is an overview of the program, for detailed information please go to the College of eLearning site.
About the Program:
The IR Graduate Certificate is housed in the Department of Psychology, yet welcomes students from any undergraduate discipline. It provides an introduction to the field of Institutional Research and forms a solid base for those pursuing a career as well as starting a career in IR to advance in their knowledge. This online program is for students and entry level career professionals to explore the discipline of IR and is offered through the California State University system at a reasonable price by seasoned IR professionals with experience in the California Community College system, the UC system and the California State University system.
- Online courses
- 18 credit hours required for Certificate
- Two prerequisite/corequisite courses can be taken elsewhere (Graduate level Research Methods & Statistics)
- $399 per credit unit
- $100 per credit unit for HSU Students
- Same tuition in-state or out-of-state
- Must have a Bachelor's degree from a college or university that is accredited by its regional association
Materials must be received or post marked by Tuesday, October 1, 2013 for first consideration for admission. Click here to apply
Program Contact Information
Dr. Jacqueline Honda
Gainful Employment Disclosure:
Disclosure Period: Academic Year 2014-15
U.S. Department of Education CIP Program Name: 130603
Program Length: Three semesters
O*NET Occupational Profile: Statisticians
Department of Labor Salary Information: Research Scientists
Program Costs (Tuition):
- $ 4,788 for non-matriculated students
- $ 1,200 for matriculated students