Info Session: Educational Research and Evaluation M.S.

Join us online to find out more about the options to complete a Master's of Science in Educational Research and Evaluation. Meet with our faculty and program coordinator online.

This 36-semester-hour program is designed to prepare professionals in the fields of educational assessment, evaluation, and qualitative and quantitative research. Students learn to plan and design educational evaluations, implement and interpret qualitative and statistical data analytic procedures, and relate the findings to educational and social science policy. Students pursue this degree either in a general track or with an area of study in advanced quantitative methods, in assessment, or in program evaluation.

Study in the general track allows students to focus on a specific discipline of the department, e.g., evaluation and technology or qualitative research. The area of study in advanced quantitative methods prepares students for careers as data analysts/statisticians in educational, business, and professional settings, as well as in governmental agencies. The area of study in assessment furthers students’ knowledge of the theory and practice of assessment; this specialization also provides opportunities for teacher professional development. The area of study in program evaluation prepares students for careers as evaluators for school districts, business and professional organizations, culturally based institutions, and military and government agencies.

Wednesday, March 27 at 6:00 PM to 7:00 PM




Target Audience

Prospective Students

College of Education, Educational Technology, Research and Assessment
Contact Name

Judy Puskar

Contact Email or Phone or 815-753-6085

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