The REM program has a four-year Ph.D., two-year master’s degrees (M.A.E. and M.Ed.), and a bachelor’s in education sciences (B.A.E.S.) specialization. The REM program also offers a minor to students of other departments. The on-campus Ph.D., on-campus master’s degrees, and minor may have quantitative or qualitative methods specialization. The online M.A.E. focuses on Program Evaluation in Educational Environments. The B.A.E.S. specialization is on Education Psychology & Research.
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Students pursuing REM degrees develop skills in data analysis, program evaluation, educational research design and evaluation assessment through the courses offered by REM program faculty, by participating in research projects with faculty, and by conducting their own research projects. Graduates of the REM program find work as researchers, program evaluators, psychometricians, and data analysts in testing companies, research and evaluation companies, universities, school districts, state and federal agencies.