Doctor of Philosophy
Measurement and Evaluation Core Courses (21 points):
- HUDM 5059 Psychological measurement (3)
- HUDM 5124 Multidimensional scaling and clustering (3)
- HUDM 5250 Research practicum in measurement and evaluation (0-4)
- HUDM 6030 Multilevel and longitudinal data analysis (3)
- HUDM 6051-6052 Psychometric theory I and II (3 each)
- HUDM 6055 Latent structure analysis (3)
And at least 3 points selected from the following or other courses selected in consultation with an advisor:
- HUDM 5058 Choice and decision making (3)
- HUDM 6552 Seminar: Selected topics in measurement theory (3)
Quantitative Methods and Research Design (29 points):
- HUD 4120 Methods of empirical research (3)
- HUDM 4122 Probability and statistical inference (3)
- HUDM 5122 Applied regression analysis (3)
- HUDM 5123 Linear models and experimental design (3)
- HUDM 6026 Statistical treatment of mass data (3)
- HUDM 6122-6123 Multivariate analysis I and II (3 each)
- HUDM 7500 Dissertation seminar (1-3 each for two semesters)
- HUDM 8900 Dissertation advisement (0)
- W4105 Probability (3)*
- W4107 Statistical inference (3)*
*These courses are taken at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University.
Psychology (minimum of 15 points):
In consultation with an advisor, a group of courses aimed at substantive preparation in the field of psychology.
Non-department Requirement (7 points):
Courses in the social sciences, curriculum and teaching, and educational leadership selected in consultation with an advisor from offerings at Teachers College and other branches of Columbia University.
Special Requirements: The first two years require full-time study. An empirical paper and a research paper, certification examination, and completion of an approved doctoral dissertation, are also required.