Gain a competitive edge in the field of psychology by developing your research, measurement, and evaluation skills. This online Master's program in Evaluation, Research and Measurement includes course work in inferential statistics, research methods, data analysis, survey construction, and program evaluation. You'll learn the skills to help you develop and achieve your goals whether you're pursuing a new career or looking to advance in your current role.
With your Master's in Evaluation, Research and Measurement from Capella, you'll analyze data, plan and conduct research, and strengthen your ability to use quantitative and qualitative data to assist individuals and organizations.
Common jobs with an online program in evaluation, research and measurement include consultant, data analyst, Instructional research manager or statistical analyst. Potential workplaces include consulting firm, credentialing and accreditation agency, research and assessment organization or P—12 public/private school.
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