Applied Statistics and Research Methods M.S.

College of Education and Behavioral Sciences

Degree Requirements — 30-35 Credits

See “Applied Statistics and Research Methods M.S.”.

Degree Requirements

Required Major Credits — 11 hours

SRM 502Applied Statistics

3

SRM 520Introduction to Statistical Computing

1

SRM 531Research and Statistical Consulting I

1

SRM 600Introduction to Graduate Research

3

SRM 697Master's Project

3

Select One Concentration Area — 19-24 hours

1. Applied Statistics Concentration — 24 hours

SRM 551Mathematical Statistics with Applications I

4

SRM 552Mathematical Statistics with Applications II

4

SRM 608Experimental Design

3

SRM 610Statistical Methods III

3

SRM 625Applied Multiple Regression Analysis

3

SRM 635Categorical Data Analysis

3

Elective Credits (minimum)

4

2. Research Methods Concentration — 19 hours

PSY 674Measurement I: Educational Testing

3

SRM 670Evaluation: Models and Designs

3

SRM 680Introduction to Qualitative Research

3

Elective credits (minimum)

7

Choose 3 credits from:

SRM 625Applied Multiple Regression Analysis

3

SRM 660Mixed Methods Research

3

SRM 685Educational Ethnography

3

SRM 686Qualitative Case Study Research

3

SRM 687Narrative Inquiry

3

Students may substitute SRM 521 or SRM 522 for SRM 520 and students who select Applied Statistics concentration may substitute SRM 606 for SRM 625. Students enrolled in summers-only or evenings-only programs may substitute SRM 602 and SRM 603 for SRM 502 and SRM 520. Electives must be approved by advisor prior to enrollment.