Built with flexibility in mind, the multidisciplinary Education Studies and Human Relations (ESHR) major embraces the notion that learning and helping professions are not limited to traditional classrooms.
Educational Measurement and Statistics is a world-leader is preparation for assessment and research with an M.A. and a PhD option.
The Learning Sciences and Educational Psychology programs draws from multiple disciplines to study how, when, and why people learn both in and out of school.
The Educational Psychology minor provides an enriched background in educational psychology, educational testing, and research methods in education.
Certificate in Institutional Research and Effectiveness (IRE) prepares professionals to use data for institutional and organizational decision-making, reporting, and accountability in higher education and K-12 contexts.
The Certificate in Online Teaching provides graduate students for the realities of online teaching and to help them expand their career options.
The Graduate Certificate in College Teaching provides the necessary coursework and supervised experiences to prepare graduate students for careers in post-secondary education.
Associated Research and Centers
Jonathan Templin, Professor in Educational Measurement and Statistics, shares insights about the future of assessment and adaptive testing.
The Center for Advanced Studies in Measurement and Assessment (CASMA) pursues research-based initiatives that lead to advancements in the methodology and practice of educational measurement and assessment.
The Center for Evaluation and Assessment (CEA) conducts multiple forms of program evaluation and assessment in collaboration with colleges, universities, and school systems throughout the United States.
The world-renowned Iowa Testing Programs (ITP) serves assessment needs in Iowa and across the country by developing high-quality instruments and working with schools to promote valid use of results.
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