The MS in quantitative psychology is meant to help you gain the basic and advanced statistical skills and proficiencies you need to analyze data in a wide variety of situations. Ball State places an emphasis on using computer statistical software, interpreting, and reporting the results.
This is a 33-credit-hour program that can be taken on campus, online, or a mixture of both. The skills learned and practices in our courses can be applied to a variety of industry and education settings, especially as they relate to assessment and evaluation of training or education. They can also prepare you for a PhD program.
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