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Overview

Educational Measurement and Research has a strong tradition of inquiry and scholarship, quality teaching and mentoring, commitment to diversity, and service to colleagues within the College, University, P-12 schools, and professional associations. With increased emphasis on educational accountability and the need for evidence-based practice, the fields of measurement, evaluation, research, and statistics have taken on key roles in informing educational policy and practice at the local, state, national, and international levels. 

Our M.Ed, Ed.S, and PhD programs in Measurement and Evaluation prepare students for leadership positions in these fields. We also offer graduate certificates in Evaluation, Qualitative Research in Education and Quantitative Research in Education.

Employment options for graduates include positions in assessment/evaluation (e.g., Directors of Accountability and Assessment, Supervisors of Testing, Evaluation and Research) in school districts; faculty positions in public and private accredited colleges, universities, and community colleges;  research positions in state departments of education and other governmental agencies; and measurement positions in state and national testing organizations (e.g., ETS, ACT).

We are committed to your success and providing the best opportunities for your future. We encourage you to explore our programs — everyone has a place here!

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Contact Us

University of South Florida
Educational Measurement and Research Program
4202 E. Fowler Ave., EDU 105
Tampa, FL 33620

(813) 974-3220 Phone
(813) 974-8351 Phone
(813) 974-4495 Fax

Todd Williams
Academic Support Specialist
Measurement & Research
Department of Educational and Psychological Studies
College of Education, USF
(813) 974-8351
twwillia@usf.edu