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About QPM

The Quantitative and Psychometric Methods (QPM) program is an advanced strand under the Interdisciplinary Ph.D. in Education Sciences housed in the College of Education. The QPM program is hosted by the Department of Educational, School, and Counseling Psychology (EDP).

The primary objective of the QPM program is to promote the development of advanced quantitative and psychometric knowledge and skills that allow program graduates to function as competent independent researchers or scientists who can innovatively and effectively carry out research design and data analysis for all kinds of empirical purposes.

Possible Careers

Students completing a degree in Quantitative and Psychometric Methods will have the opportunity to work in a variety of settings, including research and teaching universities, testing companies, consulting firms, survey and polling organizations, research centers and institutes, school districts, professional and government organizations, foundations, and industry.