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Evaluation and Measurement - Ph.D. Program Requirements PDFDownload to print

Course Title Credits
Required Core Courses
EVAL 75510 Statistics I for Educational Services 3
EVAL 75610 Classroom Assessment 3
EVAL 78710 Classical Test Theory 3
EVAL 78716 Educational Statistics II 3
EVAL 78728 Educational Statistics III 3
EVAL 78807 Program Evaluation 3
EVAL 85515 Quantitative Research Design and Analysis 3
EVAL 85516 Qualitative Research Design 3
EVAL 85517 Advanced Quantitative Research in Educational Services 3
Specialized Coursework, select a minimum of 18 credits from the following 18
Quantitative Strand (at least 2 courses)
EVAL 78711 Modern Test Theory: Item Response Theory (3)  
EVAL 78713 Multivariate Analysis in Educational Research (1-3)  
EVAL 78714 Factor Analysis in Educational Research (3)  
Qualitative Strand (at least 1 course)
EVAL 85518 Advanced Qualitative Research in Educational Services (3)  
EVAL 88795 Special Topics: Evaluation and Measurement (3) 1  
Elective Strand
EVAL 88795 Special Topics: Evaluation and Measurement (3) 1  
EVAL 88796 Individual Investigation in Evaluation and Measurement (3) 1  
EVAL 88798 Research in Evaluation and Measurement* (3)  
  1 other electives, as approved by program advisor  
It is expected that a doctoral candidate will register for two semesters of Dissertation I and, thereafter, Dissertation II each semester, including summer, until all degree requirements have been met.
EVAL 80199 Dissertation I (30) 2  
  1. Course is repeatable.
  2. Upon admission to candidacy each doctoral candidate, must register for EVAL 80199 Dissertation I. It is expected that a doctoral candidate will continuously register for Dissertation I for a total of 30 hours, and thereafter EVAL 80299 Dissertation II, each semester (including summer) until all requirements for the degree have been met.