Quantitative Methods Master's Specialization
Educational Psychology offers a master's specialization in Quantitative Methods. Students in this specialization obtain an MEd in Educational Psychology. The master's is designed to provide the knowledge and technical skills that can prepare one for several professional roles including social science researcher or statistical analyst for testing companies, academic institutions, state and federal agencies, or school districts. Students will acquire skills and knowledge in the areas of applied statistics, psychometrics, and program evaluation. A master's degree with a specialization in Quantitative Methods is also required for entry into quantitative specialization for the doctoral degree.Application deadline for Summer/Fall admission is January 10, 2016.
Quantitative Methods does not conduct admission interviews.
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