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The Ph.D. program in Quantitative Methods is designed to prepare students for faculty positions at universities, and important responsibilities at research and assessment organizations. Graduates will be prepared to design first rate empirical research and data analyses, and to contribute to development of new research methodologies. Students who apply directly to the doctoral-level study program following a baccalaureate degree will enroll in the core courses described for M.S.Ed. degree in SMART and the more advanced courses for the Ph.D. degree. This will include the development of independent empirical research projects. The Ph.D. degree program in QM requires a minimum of 20 course units or relevant courses and advanced degree accomplishments. A maximum of eight (8) credits from other institutions may be taken into account in reducing this basic requirement where appropriate.
The Pre-Doctoral Training Program in Interdisciplinary Methods for Field-based Research in Education
The Institute of Education Sciences-funded Pre-Doctoral Training Program in Interdisciplinary Methods supports the Ph.D. training of students in various disciplines who are committed to careers in applied, field-based education research. Ph.D. students in Quantitative Methods with U.S. citizenship are eligible apply for PIMFER support.
Robert F. Boruch, Ph.D., Professor
Eric T. Bradlow, Ph.D., Professor
Paul A. McDermott, Ph.D., Professor
Michael J. Rovine, PhD., Adjunct Professor
Herbert M. Turner, Ph.D., Adjunct Associate Professor
Timothy Victor, Ph.D., Adjunct Associate Professor