Modern Modeling Methods (M3) conference showcases the latest modeling methods and related research. Our 2017 keynote speakers include Dr. Steven Boker (UVA) and Dr. Kenneth A. Bollen (UNC). Join us for the 7th annual conference on May 22nd-25th, 2017.
DATIC 2017 summer workshops in Dyadic Analysis, Hierarchical Linear Modeling, Structural Equation Modeling, and Longitudinal Modeling using Mplus.
The MEA program produces students for careers in higher education and industry.
MEA Assistant Professor Dr. Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead was the 2014 Marcia Guttentag Promising New Evaluator Award winner from the American Evaluation Association.
Dr. D. Betsy McCoach is the lead author of a popular book on designing instruments for the affective domain.
For questions about Measurement, Evaluation, and Assessment programs, please contact the appropriate person below:
M.A. and Ph.D. Programs: D. Betsy McCoach, Ph.D., Program Chair, Measurement, Evaluation, and Assessment
Graduate Certificate Program in Program Evaluation (GCPPE): Bianca Montrosse-Moorhead, Ph.D., Coordinator, Graduate Certificate Program in Program Evaluation
General Questions: Cheryl Lowe,
Program Assistant, Department of Educational Psychology
Interested in graduate school?
Seeking qualified Masters and PhD students for the 2018-2019 academic year. Graduate applications are due 12/1/17.
The graduate program in Measurement, Evaluation, and Assessment (MEA) leads to an M.A. or Ph.D degree in Educational Psychology. The program is designed for educators and practitioners who wish to become more knowledgeable about measurement, evaluation and assessment practices in schools and other formal or informal educational settings. We also offer a graduate certificate in program evaluation.
The Master’s program emphasizes the application of measurement, assessment, and evaluation theory and procedures. We encourage students to supplement their MEA coursework with courses in other discipline areas that best suit their individual goals and objectives.
The Ph.D. program in Measurement, Evaluation and Assessment integrates theory and practice to promote the scientific uses of measurement within the field of education and related disciplines. Coursework focuses on current and emerging topics including instrument development, classical and modern measurement theory and applications, item response theory, causal inference, multivariate statistical techniques, multilevel modeling, sampling methodology, and educational assessment.
See the MEA Handbook for more information about our graduate degree programs.
DATIC 2017 summer workshops have been announced. In addition to our traditional week-long courses in Dyadic Analysis, Hierarchical Linear Modeling, and Structural Equation Modeling, we are offering a three day course on Longitudinal Modeling using Mplus. Please see the DATIC website for more details.
The 2017 Modern Modeling Methods conference will be held at the University of Connecticut May 22-35, 2016. Keynote/workshop speakers include Steve Boker (UVA) and Ken Bollen (UNC-Chapel Hill). In addition, Craig Enders will be presenting a 3 hour workshop on Missing Data Techniques for Multilevel Models. Please go to www.modeling.uconn.edu for more details about presenting […]