Ranked as one of the top 20 Educational Psychology graduate programs in the country, our Measurement and Statistics program will prepare you to work with data and the statistical and measurement tools that inform us about education — about schools, students, teachers and how they perform.
The master’s degree in Measurement and Statistics provides a theoretical and research background, but its emphasis is on building preliminary skills in measurement theory, statistical analysis, and evaluation. This degree can also complement a higher degree in a related discipline, such as Educational Leadership and Policy Studies, Educational Psychology, or Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies.
The doctoral degree in Measurement and Statistics emphasizes both advanced instruction and direct experience with measurement and applied statistics issues.
Learn more about the research and teaching interests of our Measurement & Statistics faculty members by clicking on their names below:
In order to meet minimum University admission requirements, an applicant must have:
Verbal – 50th percentile
Quantitative – 50th percentile
Analytical – 30th percentile
TOEFL (paper-based) – 550
TOEFL (internet-based) – 80
IELTS – 6.5
MELAB – 77
Florida State University
Office of Admissions
282 Champions Way
P.O. Box 3062400
Tallahassee, FL 32306-2400
For this program, the following supporting documents must be uploaded to the Admissions Application Portal:
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Our distinct program is designed to prepare you to serve in the following types of professional positions:
Our graduates are currently employed by national organizations such as Harcourt Assessment, NCS Pearson, the American Association of Medical Colleges (sponsor of the Medical College Admissions Test), and the National Board of Medical Examiners (NBME). Graduates hold academic positions at the University of Texas at Austin, Baylor College of Medicine, and the University of Costa Rica, among others.