Measurement, Statistics and Evaluation offers a variety of programs to suit the needs of different students and professionals.
The Ph.D. program is designed to qualify individuals to teach courses at the university level in applied measurement, statistics, and evaluation, to provide leadership in the conduct of research studies, and to serve as applied statistics, measurement, or evaluation specialists in school systems, industry and government.
The M.A. program is designed to provide individuals with a broad range of skills necessary to serve as research associates in academic settings, government, and business. Proximity to Washington, DC provides opportunities for students to engage in a variety of academic and professional experiences.
The Fifth Year Bachelor's/Master's program has the same requirements and opportunities as the M.A. program, but allows highly motivated undergraduates to earn up to 9 credits toward the master's degree while completing their undergraduate program.
The Certificate in Measurement, Statistics and Evaluation is a 21-credit certificate designed to provide advanced training in quantitative methods for doctoral students majoring in other programs.
Graduates of the EDMS Program are currently employed in teaching and research positions in universities, school systems, private research and consulting firms, professional associations, industrial firms, and state and federal agencies.