Texas A&M University, College Station

Research Measurement and Statistics Program

The Research, Measurement and Statistics (RMS) specialization focuses on a broad range of quantitative and methodological issues, including multivariate statistics, item response theory, generalizability theory, hierarchical linear modeling, structural equation modeling, time series analysis, growth modeling, and Monte Carlo studies.



University of Texas, Austin

Quantitative Methods

In the Quantitative Methods Ph.D. specialization, students are prepared as professional educational researchers who understand and apply advanced quantitative research methods to address social problems and conduct sophisticated methodological research.


University of North Texas, Denton

Research, Measurement and Statistics

The Department of Educational Psychology offers challenging course work that examines research design, human development, measurement, family studies, policy, evaluation and statistics, gifted and talented individuals, sport pedagogy, and sports and exercise psychology.


University of Houston, Houston

Measurement, Quantitative Methods, and Learning Sciences

The Measurement, Quantitative Methods, & Learning Sciences doctoral program equips graduates with the skills necessary to design, conduct and use research to help solve significant societal programs in a diverse and growing population area. The program is designed for students who want to develop innovative quantitative research methods; understand how to apply quantitative research methods to significant educational and societal issues; understand and improve learning outcomes; and engage with cutting-edge research with national and international faculty.


Southern Methodist University, Dallas

Center on Research and Evaluation (CORE)

The Center on Research and Evaluation (CORE) is dedicated to supporting and expanding SMU’s commitment to teaching, research, and service in communities and the larger globalsociety. CORE conducts high-quality research and evaluation to drive positive and sustainable change in individuals, schools, and communities in a customized manner, as well as provides research support to the SMU faculty and staff. Through interdisciplinary partnerships, CORE empowers providers to increase their capacity to provide effective services.