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Educational research and evaluation professionals

Our degree programs focus on theoretical and applied statistical methods in education, psychology and social sciences, with additional coursework in educational psychology and a cognate area of the student’s choice. Graduates pursue a variety of educational research and evaluation careers within public schools, government agencies, private corporations, foundations and national testing agencies.

Program Information

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Course descriptions Course rotation schedule
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The College of Education and Human Sciences offers many forms of funding to support your graduate education.

Assistantships Stipends, tuition waivers and benefits Scholarships Travel support
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Research and Faculty

Consult alongside expert faculty on research design, analysis and instrumentation for grant applications and other projects.

Center for Educational Research and Evaluation Meet our faculty
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Dr. Jam Khojasteh Program CoordinatorResearch, Evaluation, Measurement and Statistics244A Main Hall,
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