Doctor of Philosophy in Measurement, Quantitative Methods, & Learning Sciences
The Measurement, Quantitative Methods, & Learning Sciences doctoral program equips graduates with the skills necessary to design, conduct and use research to help solve significant societal programs in a diverse and growing population area. The program is designed for students who want to develop innovative quantitative research methods; understand how to apply quantitative research methods to significant educational and societal issues; understand and improve learning outcomes; and engage with cutting-edge research with national and international faculty.
Click through the following video playlist to learn more about the research taking place within the Measurement, Quantitative Methods, & Learning Sciences program. To learn more about our research, including current research opportunities, please visit the Psychology, Health & Learning Sciences’ research page.
Listed below are members of the Measurement, Quantitative Methods, & Learning Sciences doctoral program faculty. To learn more about our department’s faculty, please visit the Psychological, Health & Learning Sciences’ faculty and staff page.