The Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Research degree prepares students to conduct education research including Master’s and Doctoral degree programs in educational research, educational research and evaluation and educational research and policy analysis.
This area offers three degree programs:
Some of the courses students may need to pursue for this degree include the following:
This degree program is available as both a Master’s and Doctors degree.
Program graduates are qualified to pursue employment in any occupation that requires their expert knowledge in educational assessment, evaluation and research. These programs prepare students for careers as analysts, researchers and education administrators.
Students have the option to choose from many on campus and online locations when pursuing a Master’s or Doctorate in Educational Assessment, Evaluation and Research
There are many career options for these degree holders. Those who hold a Master’s degree can choose from the following:
Those in possession of doctorate degrees are qualified to work as professors at 4-year universities. Graduates also have the option to seek employment as education administrators with job titles such as chief academic officer and director of student services. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, postsecondary teachers earned a median annual salary of $64,680 in 2009 while education administrators at postsecondary schools earned $82,800.