Research, Evaluation, Measurement and Statistics, PhD
Doctorate in Research, Evaluation, Measurement and Statistics
This program prepares students for the proper use and application of advanced statistics
and evaluation procedures, specifically applied in the social and behavioral disciplines
of education, psychology, counseling and other related fields. Our graduates are prepared
for educational research and evaluation positions in schools, government agencies,
private corporations and foundations, colleges and universities, research institutions
and national testing centers.
This program requires 60-credit hours of coursework beyond the master’s degree, including
theoretical and applied statistical methods in education, psychology and social sciences,
with additional coursework in educational psychology and a cognate area of your choice.
Degree completion requires 15 hours of doctoral dissertation.
“We strive to offer students a quality educational experience. Students
come to our program with different educational and work backgrounds and they enjoy
learning to apply statistics, data analyses, and evaluation methods to study and understand
problems in a variety of fields.”
- Dr. Jam Khojasteh REMS faculty program coordinator
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis each semester. To apply to the Educational Psychology - option in Research, Evaluation, Measurement
and Statistics, PhD program, complete the following:
Graduate assistantships, which provide a monthly stipend as well as tuition and health insurance, are available
on a competitive basis. Students interested in applying for an assistantship through
the REMS program should firstname.lastname@example.org. Those interested in an assistantship through the Center of Educational Research
and Evaluation should email@example.com.
Currently enrolled students are eligible for scholarships offered through the College of Education and Human Sciences.