May 25, 2020  
2019-2020 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 Graduate Bulletin

Educational Research Minor


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Overview


The objectives of the minor in Educational Research are to prepare individuals to

  1. initiate or direct applied or institutional research in colleges, private or public agencies, and school systems;
  2. teach applied statistics and research methodology in institutions of higher learning;
  3. advise graduate and undergraduate students relative to the research process involved in theses, dissertations, and projects;
  4. utilize available computer packages for statistical and information processing; and
  5. serve as consultants to agencies involved in research or evaluation.

Admission Requirements


Students must be currently enrolled at the university in a graduate-level, degree-granting program, and must be in good academic standing. Interested students must contact the program coordinator to declare the minor.

If not currently admitted to the university, see Admission Requirements and Procedures  for additional information.

Program Requirements and Academic Policies


See General Degree Requirements  and General Academic Information .

Course Requirements (18 hours)


Pre-requisite courses include REF 601  and REF 602  or equivalent (determined by the program coordinator).

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