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Ph.D. Degree

Our doctoral program is a 45-credit hour program (plus dissertation hours) that seeks to develop specialists who have the theoretical knowledge base and application skills for a number of different professional opportunities. Students in the program develop the skills to conceptualize, design, evaluate and teach a wide variety of research approaches, methodologies, and applications. They gain knowledge, skills, and experience in statistical analyses, program evaluation, and measurement/psychometrics. They are taught how to communicate effectively with educators and other professionals in the development and application of research and psychometric materials. In addition, our doctoral students gain the expertise to teach courses at the college level, provide leadership in the conduct of research studies, and serve as consultants in research methodology and data analysis in education, industry, and government.

Admission Requirements 

Ph.D. Plan of Study

Also, you can find our schedules of course offerings here:

View two-year detailed schedule

View four-year schedule


Other links of interest:

(see College of EHHS, Evaluation & Measurement listings)
(search subject:Evaluation and Measurement)

 

Careers in Evaluation and Measurement

Graduates of our doctoral program have excelled in the following roles:

  • professors at the college and university level
  • research and evaluation specialists for school districts, higher education, and public and private organizations
  • assessment and measurement specialists for school districts and higher education institutions
  • psychometricians at commercial test publishers
  • research and evaluation consultants to state and national organizations
  • research and statistics experts in the private sector


Please contact us with any questions:

Tricia Niesz, Ph.D.
Program Coordinator, Evaluation and Measurement
tniesz@kent.edu