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Graduate Catalog 2011-12 
    
Graduate Catalog 2011-12 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Doctor of Philosophy in Evaluation, Measurement, and Research


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Advisors: Brooks Applegate, Chris Coryn, Jianping Shen, Jessaca Spybrook, Gary Miron
Room 1420 Sangren Hall.

This program prepares graduates to serve in leadership roles in evaluation, measurement, or research units in school or non-school settings, as well as in local, state, or federal government agencies and to serve in faculty positions in evaluation, measurement, and research at institutions of higher education.

Admission Procedures

Students seeking admission to this degree program should request a Doctoral Degree Program Application packet from the Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology.  Applicants must follow all instructions on the Graduate Self-Managed Application form and send all supplemental materials to the Department of Educational Leadership, Research and Technology.

Program Requirements


The following requirements and courses will lead to a Doctor of Philosophy in Evaluation, Measurement, and Research (93 hours minimum):

  • EMR Comprehensive Examination

Additional Requirements


In addition, 9 credit hours of advisor-approved electives and 18 hours chosen from a cognate area with advisor approval are required.

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