The Educational Evaluation Program is a joint, collaborative effort of the Education and Psychology faculty designed to develop well-equipped, educational evaluation professionals to meet the market demand. Increasing need for trained individuals has been voiced by Federal and state educational agencies. In addition, all federally funded grants require an evaluation component as part of the overall program.
Admission requirements are detailed in the Admission section of the Bulletin.
The Master of Arts in Educational Evaluation requires completion of 48 units, 24 each from Education and Psychology. Unit requirements include 16 core units from each of Education and Psychology, 8 Statistical Methods units, and 8 electives. Students determine from which discipline to take Statistical Methods, with the understanding that electives would be selected from the other discipline.
University Policies. University policies detailed in the Academic Policies section of the Bulletin apply.