Undergraduate - StatisticsProgram level: Undergraduate
Application Fee: $ 55
Tuition Fee: $ 20000/year
Cost of Living: $ 14000/year
A program that focuses on the application of statistics to the analysis and solution of educational research problems, and the development of technical designs for research studies. Includes instruction in mathematical statistics, research design, computer applications, instrument design, research methodologies, and applications to research problems in specific education subjects.
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Sonoma State University
(SSU, Sonoma State, or Sonoma) is a public university in Rohnert Park in Sonoma County, California. It is one of the smallest members of the California State University (CSU) system.
Sonoma State offers 92 Bachelor's degrees, 19 Master's degrees, and 11 teaching credentials. he more than 65 departments and academic programs are divided into six distinct schools, all offering undergraduate and graduate degrees and courses, and nearly all offering minors and doctorates. These include:
- School of Arts & Humanities
- School of Business & Economics
- Wine Business Program
- School of Education
- School of Science & Technology
- Fairfield Osborn Preserve
- Galbreath Wildlands Preserve
- Sonoma State Observatory
- School of Extended & International Education
- School of Social Sciences
Accreditation & Statistics
Sonoma State is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Several of the schools within Sonoma State also have additional accreditations, such as the School of Business and Economics, which is accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Sonoma State University remains the only California school that belongs to the Council of Public Liberal Arts Colleges.
Sonoma County is a county in the U.S. state of California. As of the 2010 United States Census, its population was 483,878. Its county seat and largest city is Santa Rosa. Sonoma is the southwestern county and largest producer of California's Wine Country region. It possesses thirteen approved American Viticultural Areas and over 350 wineries. In 2012, Sonoma County ranked as the 22nd county in the United States in agricultural production. More than 8.4 million tourists visit each year.
Winemaking—both the growing of the grapes and their vinting—is an important part of the economic and cultural life of Sonoma County. In 2004, growers harvested 165,783 tons of wine grapes worth US$310 million. The most common varieties planted are Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Pinot noir, though the area is also known for its Merlot and Zinfandel. Sonoma County is home to more than 250 wineries with eleven distinct and two shared American Viticultural Areas, including the Sonoma Valley AVA, Russian River Valley AVA, Alexander Valley AVA, Bennett Valley AVA and Dry Creek Valley AVA, the last of which is known for the production of high-quality Zinfandels.
- Contact: 1801 East Cotati Ave Rohnert Park, CA 94928 707.664.2880
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The housing of Sonoma State offers six different villages for freshman, upperclassman, and transfers. Sonoma States dorms are ranked #25 in the nation as of 2015, according to Niche Rankings. Sonoma State provides suite-style housing. The six villages on campus are all named after varieties of wine.
The Federal Work-Study (FWS) program provides part-time job opportunities for eligible students. It is an opportunity to offset educational expenses and provides valuable experience. This is money you have to earn, usually by working on-campus. You are paid once a month for the hours you work and you may earn up to the amount listed your on financial aid award for FWS.
Sonoma State University has over one hundred chartered student organizations, including fraternities and sororities. More than 20 sports clubs are offered. Several teams compete regionally and in national tournaments. These teams are formed, developed, governed, and administrated by students. Sonoma State teams compete in intercollegiate athletics as the Sonoma State Seawolves. Sonoma State University is an NCAA Division II member and part of the California Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA), Western Water Polo Association (WWPA) and the Pacific West Conference (PacWest). Ten of SSU's sports are in the CCAA, water polo is in the WWPA, and men's and women's tennis are in the PacWest. Sports,
Recreation & Healthcare
The Campus Recreation Center has many great opportunities to stay fit and have fun. With no additional costs, students and members can you the Fitness Center, the Mt. Everest and Mt. Denaili Multi-Activity Court, the locker rooms, spa, pool, game room and equipment at their own discretion. Windsor is home to multiple world-class hospitals and clinics. The Student Health Center (SHC) provides high quality medical, public health, and health education services designed to support the retention, academic achievement and success of SSU students, facilitate healthy lifestyle choices and help promote a safe, healthy campus environment. The Sonoma County area is served by multiple world-class hospitals and clinics.
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