Quantitative Methods

Masters Program

Department of Educational Psychology

The Quantitative Method Master’s in Education program in the Department of Educational Psychology entails 30 credit hours and can typically be completed in two years over four consecutive long (fall and spring) semesters. The program is designed to provide the knowledge and technical skills in the areas of applied statistics, psychometrics, and program evaluation. This training prepares graduates for doctoral study in Quantitative Methods and other social science fields as well as for professional positions, such as statistical analyst or social science researcher in academic institutions, testing companies, state and federal agencies and school districts.

Program Details

Core Goals

Required Coursework

Foundation Courses (23 credit hours)

Program Electives (6 credit hours)

Out-of-Specialization Courses (6 credit hours)


At a Glance

  • Program Starts: Fall
  • Deadline to Apply:
    January 10
  • Credit Hours Required: 65
  • Schedule: Part-time allowed
  • Program Location: On Campus
  • GRE Required? Yes
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Area Chair
Seung Choi

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