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EDUC 8120. Group Comparison Designs and Analyses. 3 Credits.

Designs and analyses to assess differences for more than two groups when compared on one dependent variable. Fixed, random, and mixed effects ANOVA and ANCOVA models within factoral design, multiple comparison tests, and introduction to regression analysis. Prerequisites: EDUC 6116.

Doctor of Education in the Field of Curriculum and Instruction

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The doctor of education in curriculum and instruction degree program prepares education leaders whose objective is to improve pre-K through 16+ education in local, national, and international settings. The program encourages critical thought and creative work through course work focusing on curriculum, instruction, research, and other learning opportunities that intentionally link teaching and learning, policy, and evaluation to students’ prior experiences.

Doctor of Philosophy in the Field of Counseling

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...EDUC 6116 Introduction to Educational Statistics should be completed prior to enrolling in EDUC 8120...

Master of Arts in Education and Human Development in the Field of Assessment, Testing, and Measurement in Education

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The master of arts in education and human development in the field of assessment, testing, and measurement (ATM) in education degree program is designed for individuals who are entering or advancing in positions associated with assessment, testing, and measurement in diverse settings. This specialized field combines the study of human behavior with statistical analysis, testing theory, educational measurement, and evaluation. ATM is the science of measuring educational factors such as learning, preference, aptitude, and personality. ATM specialists (commonly called psychometricians) design tests that collect empirical data and quantify the personal characteristics of individuals, comparing those results within or across populations. In addition to creating assessment instruments, some psychometricians govern the tests and analyze the results.