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Research, Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics (REMS) M.A. Program

The Research, Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics Master of Arts program prepares students for careers at school districts, colleges, and other public and private education agencies in the areas of institutional research, program evaluation, and quantitative data analysis, as well as for entry into doctoral programs in all areas of educational research.

4
quarters to complete
36
unit minimum
$17,350
estimated program cost

Program Overview

UCR Summer Sessions

Some of the course you may take include:

EDUC 214A: Introduction to Quantitative Methods
EDUC 215A: Educational Research: Advanced Statistics
EDUC 215C: Structural Equation Modeling
EDUC 215D: Multilevel Models
EDUC 242B: Advanced Educational and Psychological Measurement and Evaluation
EDUC 223A: Qualitative Research Methodologies in Education
EDUC 211A: Cognitive Development
EDUC 211B: Social Development


This full-time program is offered on a quarter calendar beginning in Fall. Students must complete a minimum of 36 units in upper-division and graduate courses in Education and related fields as defined in existing programs. At least 18 of the 36 units must be in graduate courses, and none in graduate research for the thesis.

See our full curriculum overview


All coursework from of our master of arts (M.A.) programs transfers to the Ph.D. in education. For example, if you complete the M.A. in Research, Evaluation, Measurement and Statistics, you will have already complete one year of coursework for the Ph.D. in Educational Psychology at UCR. Shorten your time to a doctorate by completing an M.A. degree with the Graduate School of Education today.

Check out our admissions page for more information on application materials and deadlines.


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