Masters in Evaluation, Research, and Measurement

While working towards a Masters in Evaluation, Research, and Measurement, students study a variety of topics including research methods, data analysis, survey construction, inferential statistics, and program evaluation. Through two years of study, students go through a basic core of class work and work towards completing a final Masters thesis. They will learn how to apply quantitative measurement to a variety of situations. They will learn the full spectrum of setting up the survey, gathering data, doing data analysis, and presenting their results to a professional audience. Many students go on to do research or obtain positions in research and analysis groups.

Most students going for their master’s degrees do it while also balancing personal and professional lives. For those that lead busy lives, it is not easy to add educational life to that mixture. That balance is often a primary reason that people put off obtaining higher education. That is what makes getting an online degree such a popular option nowadays. Most programs allow students flexibility on doing their class work around their personal schedules. As long as they meet the deadlines, most students can do their work anytime of the day or night. Evaluation, Research, and Measurement Master’s Programs obtained online hold the same amount of professional clout as those obtained in traditional colleges or universities.

This area of employment is not a booming area, yet there are steady numbers of positions available for graduates. Graduates can choose from a variety of areas for employment including academia, government, agencies, and private industry. Many go on to work with education, accrediting, and credentialing agencies. Coming directly out of school, many students find themselves getting a starting salary of between $35,000 a year and $40,000 a year. Others may get higher salaries if they go to work in private industry.

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