State-wide and nationally, school systems, community colleges, and universities employ assessment and evaluation specialists, institutional researchers, program evaluators, and accreditation specialists.

Educational Research, Methods, and Evaluation faculty and courses are part of the Educational Psychology Program. In addition to teaching courses within the Educational Psychology doctoral program and the Educational Research, Methods, and Evaluation master's degree,  faculty provide service courses to students across campus.

This program is offered on campus and online.

M.S. in Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation

Coursework - 36 hours

  • Educational Research Measurement and Assessment (ERMA) - 18 hours

  • Advanced Methods - 9 hours

  • Applied Area - 9 hours 

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Last updated: 01/12/2024