The Educational Research Methodology Certificate prepares students to conduct educational research. Teachers and administrators often possess rich knowledge of curriculum and instruction, but may not have sufficient methodological and statistical knowledge to perform or interpret educational research. This program addresses the development of these abilities and affords students in the social and behavioral sciences with an opportunity to develop some intermediate-level skills for conducting research/program evaluation.
Educational Research Methodology (Graduate Certificate)
EDP 541: Statistical Methods in Education (4 credits)
EDP 558: Educational Tests and Measurements (3 credits)
EDP 560: Intro to Educational Research (3 credits)
EDP 641: Selected Applications of Statistical Methods (4 credits)
To apply or learn more, contact Graduate Coordinator Karen Sesler at 520-621-7828.