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Evaluation and Measurement - M.Ed. and Ph.D. PDFDownload to print

College of Education, Health and Human Services

School of Foundations, Leadership and Administration

300 White Hall
Tel: 330-672-2012


The highlight of the Master of Education in Evaluation and Measurement is the contemporary and relevant nature of the coursework. Coursework focuses on topics related to understanding and using value-added assessment and evidence-based practice along with research design, statistics and program evaluation.

The Ph.D. in Evaluation and Measurement seeks to develop professionals who have the theoretical knowledge base and application skills to teach courses at the college level in research design, statistics, measurement and evaluation; conceptualize, design and evaluate a wide variety of research methodologies; choose appropriate analyses for questions and designs that have been  proposed; communicate effectively with educators and other professionals in the development and application of research and psychometric materials; and evaluate programs culminating in written reports. Course offerings encompass the broad range of expertise required of those who will assume leadership roles in the conduct and teaching of research, measurement, statistics and evaluation.

Admission Requirements

Official transcript(s), goal statement and two letters of recommendation. Admission into the Ph.D. program also requires GRE scores and resume or vita.

For more information about graduate admission, please visit the Graduate Studies website.

Graduation Requirements

M.Ed.: This degree requires a minimum of 32 semester hours of graduate coursework including at least 16 semester hours at the 60000 level or above. M.Ed. students have six years from the term of first enrollment to complete the degree.

Ph.D.: After admission to the Ph.D. degree program, students plan a program of study with their respective faculty advisory committee headed by their advisor.