MS Measurement & Statistics - The graduate programs in Measurement and Statistics prepare students for careers in educational measurement, evaluation, research, and statistical/quantitative analysis. In addition to academic positions at universities, our graduates are employed in other educational settings (e.g., large school systems, college and university institutional research); government (e.g., state departments of education, state and federal agencies); research and consulting (e.g., research institutes and centers); and testing organizations (e.g., educational/psychological test publishing, professional certification and licensure, college and professional school admissions). Graduates of our programs understand the theories, methods, professional ethics, and applications associated with quantitative research methodology in the social science context. They are qualified to teach at the college/university level, analyze and interpret quantitative data, independently conduct research, translate sophisticated research findings and communicate them to various audiences, design and validate assessments, and apply complex quantitative information in making policy decisions.
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