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Message to University of Chicago AQM Certificate Applicants

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If you are considering pursuing PhD study at the University of Chicago, please be aware that you
may pursue a certificate program in Advanced Quantitative Methods (AQM) during your
doctoral study. We are actively seeking diverse students from a wide range of fields including
but not restricted to social and behavioral sciences, biological sciences, physical sciences and
engineering, public health and medicine, public policy, business administration, as well as
mathematics and statistics. We strongly encourage women and minority students to apply as
these demographic groups are currently underrepresented in the S.T.E.M. field.

The Advanced Quantitative Methods certificate program is offered by the Committee on
Quantitative Methods in Social, Behavioral, and Health Sciences
(https://voices.uchicago.edu/qrmeth/), a University-wide interdisciplinary groups of
distinguished scholars. The program prepares doctoral students to fill the ever-greater demand
for scholars who innovate methodologically and understand how to use the theory of statistical
interference and cutting-edge techniques to tackle challenging problems in substantive research.
Through this program, students have the opportunity to build strong statistical understanding in
quantitative methods and strengthen their understanding in their chosen field.

For more information about the certificate program please visit
https://voices.uchicago.edu/qrmeth/phd-certificate-in-advanced-quantitative-methods/ and
contact administrative specialist Aasha Francis, at afrancis1@uchicago.edu.

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