College of Education

Education Sciences: Quantitative & Psychometric Methods - Graduate

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The Quantitative and Psychometric Methods (QPM) program focuses on preparing scholars who have strong research skills in the areas of measurement, statistics, psychometrics, assessment, and research methodology. The QPM program is an advanced strand under the Interdisciplinary PhD in Education Sciences housed in the College of Education and hosted by the Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology.

World-class quantitative and psychometric training preparing future educational research professionals

Students completing a degree in Quantitative and Psychometric Methods will have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings, including research and teaching universities, testing companies, think tanks, consulting firms, survey polling organizations, school districts, industry, research centers and institutes.

Quantitative & Psychometric Methods Doctoral (PhD) Degree - Application Requirements

  1. CV
    • See this webpage for instructions on what to include in your CV.
  2. Personal Statement
    • See this webpage for instructions on what to discuss in your Personal Statement.
  3. Writing Sample
  4. For international students) TOEFL or IELTS scores: All non-native English speakers, with the exception of those who earned their undergraduate degree in its entirety at an English-speaking institution, must provide TOEFL or IELTS scores.
  5. GRE
  6. Letters of recommendation (2 required, 3 encouraged)

Applicants must meet the Graduate School admission requirements.

Application Deadlines

Fall: July 22