Educational Statistics and Research Methods

The Educational Statistics and Research Methods Program in the College of Education and Health Professions advances theory and practice in its constituent fields -- educational psychology; educational policy; research and statistical methods; testing and measurement; and historical, philosophical and social-cultural foundations.

Degrees Conferred:

Doctor of Philosophy degree in Educational Statistics and Research Methods

The doctoral program develops professionals in the areas of educational statistics and research methods. Coursework is focused on theoretical and applied statistics in an educational context, however, courses include applications of research methods and statistics to a variety of academic fields. Graduates will be prepared for employment in higher education; local, state, and national educational agencies; research and policy organizations; and industries with internal data analysis needs.

Graduate Certificates Offered:
Forms needed can be found at the Graduate School's Web site under Forms & Resources under Specialist & Certificate Student Forms.

Educational Program Evaluation

Educational Measurement

Educational Psychology

Educational Statistics and Research Methods