EDU 5655 Statistics in Education I
This course provides an introduction to the
principles of statistical inquiry and their application to
educational problems. Students will formulate research questions
and hypotheses and use descriptive and inferential statistics to
investigate the research reports summarizing and interpreting
results of the analyses.
EDU 7708 Program Evaluation in
This course provides students with theories
and tools to evaluate educational programs. Both formative and
summative evaluation techniques are discussed. It also includes
information on grant-writing, seeking funding sources, and
EDU 7900 Qualitative Techniques in
This course focuses on a variety of
qualitative approaches to discipline and inquiry that can be
brought to bear on the problems in education and also examines
underlying theoretical frameworks of these approaches. The course
provides opportunities for students to develop knowledge and skills
in the various qualitative techniques and methods.
EDU 7901 Advance Research Design in
This course advances the principles and concepts developed
in EDU 5655 and EDU 7211. The course will include instrument
development, data collection strategies, and advanced data analysis
techniques using statistical software.