Research, Measurement and Statistics (RMS)

Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Psychology - Concentration in Research, Measurement, and Statistics

This program will teach you the nature of research design, measurement, and data analysis in the research process as well as the integrated relationships between each area.  Coursework and experience in research design will help you put together strong research studies to answer questions across many fields. Measurement will focus on the proper assessment of the things we often wish to study, and the statistics elements will help you develop skills in data analysis and management.  With this degree, you will be able to gather, analyze, and judge empirical information to help inform research and policy, and will be prepared to emphasize research and data analysis in a range of settings, including universities, public and private schools, corporations, and governmental roles.

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Contact Faculty: Dr. Robin Henson (Robin.Henson@unt.edu).

The Office of Research Consulting, which is associated with the department, offers opportunities for hands-on practica in program evaluation and methodological/statistical consultation.