Explore the various degree programs Educational Measurement and Research offers.
Master of Education (M.Ed.)
The Master of Education in Curriculum and Instruction, with an Emphasis in Measurement and Evaluation (CME) prepare individuals working in the testing and evaluation field for employment in school districts, government agencies, commercial test development companies, and program research and evaluation enterprises.
Education Specialist (Ed.S.)
The Education Specialist (Ed.S.) in Curriculum and Instruction, with an Emphasis in Measurement and Evaluation (SME) prepares specialists for work in school districts, government agencies, commercial test development companies, and research and evaluation enterprises.
Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
The Doctor of Philosophy in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Measurement and Evaluation (DME) focuses on the development of systematic inquiry skills essential to the study and evaluation of educational processes and outcomes. The intent of the program is to develop professionals to work in universities and colleges, school districts, government agencies, commercial test publishing companies, and program evaluation and research orgs
Graduate Certificate in Evaluation
The Graduate Certificate in Evaluation is a 13 credit hour program that is designed to gain a working understanding of contemporary evaluation theory, practice, tools, and techniques used in evaluation; introduce the standards of quality for professional evaluation practice and evaluation ethics; and develop skills on appropriate evaluation uses and impact of evaluations on decision making.
Graduate Certificate in Qualitative Research
The graduate certificate in qualitative research is designed to provide an opportunity for graduate students and other professionals to gain a broad and in depth knowledge of qualitative reach, with an emphasis on the designs and methods used in studies of educational programs, processes, initiatives, settings and policies.