The Ed.M. in Measurement and Evaluation is a two-year master's degree. It provides training for a number of positions in colleges and universities, state and federal agencies, testing companies, and research and evaluation centers. Coursework includes psychometric theory, program evaluation in the social sciences and public health, quantitative methods, research methods, and psychology. In addition to the satisfactory completion of coursework, an integrative project is required.
Measurement and Evaluation Core Courses (12 points):
And at least 6 points selected from the following:
Quantitative Methods (15 points):
*HUDM 4125 may be substituted for HUDM 4122 and HUDM 5126 may be substituted for HUDM 5122.
Psychology (12 points):
Courses are taken in one or more of the following areas: developmental psychology, cognitive studies, counseling psychology, organizational psychology, or social psychology.
Research Methods (6 points):
Other Aspects in Education (6 - 9 points):
One course in foundations of education and two courses in curriculum and teaching and/or educational leadership, chosen in consultation with an advisor.
Chosen in consultation with an advisor and designed to strengthen and broaden the student’s professional preparation.
A project that is conducted in consultation with an advisor.
For the Ed.M. degree, a maximum of 30 points of graduate credit may be transferred from other institutions. Only completed graduate courses with earned grades of B or higher will be considered for transfer credit. For more information, please speak with the Transfer Credit Coordinator in the Office of the Registrar.
Students are expected to make satisfactory progress towards the completion of degree requirements. If satisfactory progress is not maintained, a student may be dismissed from the program. Where there are concerns about satisfactory progress, students will be informed by the program faculty.