Educational Measurement and Statistics

The Educational Measurement and Statistics program is committed to preparing students for successful careers in educational measurement, evaluation, research, and statistical/quantitative analysis.


Students in the Educational Measurement and Statistics select a focus in either educational measurement or applied statistics, and learn to understand theories, methods, professional ethics, and applications associated with quantitative research methodology in the social science context. Upon completion of the program, graduates are qualified to teach at the university level, analyze and interpret quantitative data, independently conduct research and communicate findings to various audiences, design assessments, and apply complex quantitative information in making policy decisions.

diverse group of measurement graduate students


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