Masters in RMinE

Below are the current course sequences listed by concentration for students in the Research Methods in Education program. Unless marked otherwise, each course will count for 3 credit hours. The MS in RMinE program planning worksheet can be found HERE.

Core Courses for All RMinE Students (19 credit hours)

EPE 601: Proseminar – 1 credit hour

EPE/EDP 557: Gathering, Analyzing and Using Educational Data I  -or-  EPE/EDP 558: Gathering, Analyzing and Using Educational Data II

EPE 571: Seminar in Research Writing

EPE 619: Survey Research

EPE/EDP 620: Introduction to Evaluation

EPE 663: Field Studies

One contextual studies course


Concentrations (18 credit hours each)

Each RMinE student will choose one concentration on which to focus. All suggested electives below are available in an online format. Students are not limited to the following electives; students choose elective courses in conjunction with their advisor/committee. Moreover, students can take up to 3 hours of independent study (EPE 785) and up to 12 hours of internship credit (EPE 790).

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Quantitative Methods

Required Courses (6 hours)

EPE/EDP 558: Gathering, Analyzing and Using Educational Data II

EPE/EDP 660: Research Design

Suggested Electives (at least 12 hours)

EPE/EDP/EDC 522: Measurement/Assessment

EPE/EDP/ANT 621: Advanced Methods of Evaluation

EDC 726: Mixed Methods

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Evaluation/Assessment

Required Courses (6 hours)

EPE/EDP/EDC 522: Measurement/Assessment

EPE/EDP/ANT 621: Advanced Methods of Evaluation

Suggested Electives (at least 12 hours)

EDL 669: Action Research – Leadership for School Problem Solving

EDC 726: Mixed Methods

EPE 797: Historical Methods

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Research Design

Required Courses (6 hours)

EDP 656: Methodology of Educational Research

EPE 797: Historical Methods

Suggested Electives (at least 12 hours)

EPE/EDP 558: Gathering, Analyzing and Using Educational Data II

EDL 669: Action Research – Leadership for School Problem Solving

EDC 726: Mixed Methods