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Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics
The Department Of Human Development
Welcome to Measurement, Evaluation, and Statistics
The Measurement, Evaluation and Statistics area of study includes the following programs: Applied Statistics and Measurement and Evaluation.
Masters in Applied Statistics
This master's degree provides training for a number of positions in applied research settings, testing organizations, and business organizations.
Masters in Measurement and Evaluation
This degree provides training for a number of positions in educational research bureaus and testing organizations.
Ph.D. in Measurement and Evaluation
This degree is appropriate for individuals with strong quantitative and technical skills who wish to focus on theoretical issues in measurement and evaluation or who have a strong background in a substantive area of psychology in which they wish to further the development and application of measurement techniques.
Ed.D. in Measurement and Evaluation
This degree is appropriate for individuals who wish to focus on the application of measurement and evaluation techniques in education, psychology, and business and industry.
Program Director: Matthew Johnson (Applied Statistics) Young-Sun Lee (Measurement and Eval)
Contact Person: Chanel HarryPhone: (212) 678 4150 Fax: (212) 678 3837