The Educational Research Methods and Analysis program provides rigorous training in statistical methods, educational measurement, and research methodologies. We offer several courses in applied statistics, from the quantitative foundations of educational research to advanced methods such as multivariate statistics, multilevel modeling, and latent variable modeling. We also offer a number of courses in educational measurement, covering topics such as in classical test theory, item response theory, and generalizability theory. In addition, our students have the opportunity to take a wide range of advanced statistics and quantitative methods courses, from probability, sampling methodology, and categorical data analysis to stochastic theory, time series analysis, Bayesian statistics, and other cutting-edge quantitative techniques. We train our students in various statistical software programs including SPSS, SAS, R, Mplus, Amos, HLM, and BILOG-MG. Our students also take courses in learning theories, aspects of human development, and program evaluation. Graduates from our program are prepared to make scientific and systematic inquiries and to make data-driven decisions, typically attaining employment positions at universities, research centers, and testing organizations.

Degrees

Degrees are in educational, school and counseling psychology with an emphasis in educational research, methods and analysis.

Faculty