Educational Statistics, Measurement & Evaluation

Program Details

Area(s) of Study:
  • Evaluation
  • Statistics and Measurement
Associated Degree:
  • Ed.M.
  • On-Campus
Program Level:
  • Masters
Program Type:
  • Degree


The Ed.M. in Educational Statistics, Measurement, and Evaluation allows students to take a broad spectrum of courses within and outside the specialty area. The program does not require an extensive background in mathematics. An applicant for the program, however, should be comfortable in researching and solving educational and psychological problems using quantitative methods. The program is individually tailored to each student’s needs and encourages students to pursue a minor area outside of the specialty.

Students who receive the Ed.M. are often employed as researchers or data analysts in the fields of social science research, educational testing, marketing research, or pharmaceutical research.


Applications can be completed online. Applications are due by February 1 for fall admission and by October 15 for spring admission.

For information on financial aid opportunities, please see the GSE's Fellowships, Scholarships & Assistantships page.


Program Requirements

Accepted students will have 5 years to complete the program, from the beginning of any course work to be counted toward the program.

A complete listing of degree requirements are available for download or at the Office of Student and Academic Services.

If you have more specific questions about this concentration, please contact Chia-Yi Chiu.