The Research, Measurement & Evaluation Program prepares students in the broad fields of behavioral research, statistics and evaluation.
Applicants with bachelor’s degrees in any area are eligible to apply to the master’s program. However, students with a background in mathematics, psychology, sociology, statistics, or education are particularly well prepared to begin graduate programs in research and evaluation.
Students gain knowledge in designing and conducting quantitative and qualitative research, analyzing data from psychological and educational studies, evaluating psychological and educational programs, devising and analyzing questionnaires and surveys, and using tests more effectively to conduct research and evaluate programs.
Academic Area Contact
Associate Dean for Research, School of Education and Human Development;
Director, Statistical Supporting Unit (STATS-U) of Dunspaugh-Dalton Community and Educational Well-Being Research Center;
Associate Professor & Program Director, Research, Measurement, and Evaluation (RME) Program