Master of Science in Educational Research & Evaluation
This 36-semester-hour program is designed to prepare professionals in the fields of educational assessment, evaluation, and qualitative and quantitative research. Students learn to plan and design educational evaluations, implement and interpret qualitative and statistical data analytic procedures, and relate the findings to educational and social science policy.
Online; potential for 1-2 in-person meetings at University Center facility in Grayslake on a cohort model, as requested by UC students and as enrollment warrants.
A baccalaureate degree (or higher)
application and application fee
letters of recommendation
official test scores (GRE or MAT)
statement of purpose
official transcripts from all institutions attended.
International students must also submit TOEFL or IELTS scores.
Apply online via: https://www.niu.edu/grad/admissions/index.shtml
Per faculty review of transfer credit request, up to 9 credit hours from out of department/institution may be applied. No more than 15 hours of Student-at-Large credits per the NIU Graduate School policy.