Educational Evaluation & Research
Evaluation and Research offers concentrated programs for building careers and leadership positions in educational statistics, research, measurement, and evaluation. These programs were designed for students who have training and experience in substantive disciplines in either education or non-education fields. Proficiency and excellence will be acquired in scientific inquiry, research methodology, program evaluation, psychometry and construction of psychological and educational tests, and statistical analysis of social and behavioral data, especially using computer technology. The following degrees are offered: Master of Education (M.Ed.), Doctor of Education (Ed.D.), and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.). The EER Student Handbook provides students with an expansive information in each of the degrees areas.
Admission: Students are admitted every semester. Admission to the Graduate School requires an earned baccalaureate degree. An Application for Graduate Admission, and an official transcript from each college or university attended must be submitted to the Office for Graduate Admissions, Administrative Services Building, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI 48202. For financial assistance or additional information see Graduate Admissions at WSU.