Evaluation and Measurement - Ph.D.
School of Foundations, Leadership and Administration
300 White Hall
The Ph.D. degree in Evaluation and Measurement develops 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.
Fully Offered At:
- Kent Campus
- Official transcript(s)
- Minimum 3.500 GPA is recommended
- GRE scores (recommended minimum score 50th percentile)
- Goal statement
- Two letters of recommendation
- Résumé or curriculum vita
English Language Proficiency Requirements for International Students: All international students must provide proof of English language proficiency (unless they meet specific exceptions) by earning a minimum 550 TOEFL score (79 on the Internet-based version), minimum 77 MELAB score, minimum 6.5 IELTS score or minimum 58 PTE Academic score. For more information on international admission, visit the Office of Global Education’s admission website. Effective spring 2018.
For more information about graduate admission, please visit the Graduate Studies website.
Program Learning Outcomes
Graduates of this program will be able to:
- Demonstrate knowledge of descriptive and inferential statistics at a conceptual and application level.
- Demonstrate knowledge of research design and methods by selecting and executing the appropriate research design and methods for a variety of applications.
- Demonstrate knowledge of measurement, including the methods to develop valid and reliable measures of constructs.
- Demonstrate knowledge of contemporary and classic theories in program evaluation, the purposes and logic of program evaluation and the processes of different types of program evaluation.
|EVAL 75510||STATISTICS I FOR EDUCATIONAL SERVICES||3|
|EVAL 78710||CLASSICAL TEST THEORY||3|
|or EVAL 78715||SURVEY DESIGN AND APPLIED RESEARCH IN EDUCATION|
|EVAL 78711||MODERN TEST THEORY: ITEM RESPONSE THEORY||3|
|EVAL 78713||MULTIVARIATE ANALYSIS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH||3|
|EVAL 78714||FACTOR ANALYSIS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH||3|
|EVAL 78716||STATISTICS II: ANOVA AND NONPARAMETRIC TESTS||3|
|EVAL 78728||MULTIPLE REGRESSION||3|
|EVAL 78735||STRUCTURAL EQUATION MODELING||3|
|EVAL 78745||HIERARCHICAL LINEAR MODELING||3|
|EVAL 78807||PROGRAM EVALUATION||3|
|EVAL 80199||DISSERTATION I 1||30|
|EVAL 85515||QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH DESIGNS AND ANALYSIS||3|
|EVAL 85516||QUALITATIVE RESEARCH DESIGN||3|
|EVAL 85518||ADVANCED QUALITATIVE RESEARCH IN EDUCATIONAL SERVICES||3|
|or EVAL 85520||MIXED METHODS RESEARCH|
|EVAL 88791||SEMINAR: EVALUATION AND MEASUREMENT||3|
|Electives, as approved by program advisor||9|
|Minimum Total Credit Hours:||81|
Upon admission to candidacy. each doctoral candidate must register for EVAL 80199. It is expected that a doctoral candidate will continuously register for Dissertation I for a total of 30 credit hours, and thereafter EVAL 80299, each semester (including summer) until all requirements for the degree have been met.
After admission to the Ph.D. degree program, students plan a program of study with their respective faculty advisory committee headed by their advisor.