The individual attention and direct mentorship you will receive from Ball State’s faculty within the nationally accredited and ranked Department of Educational Psychology is probably the number one reason Ball State’s master’s degree in quantitative psychology will stand out to you.
But, we have so many more reasons:
- Faculty in the program have active research programs in both applied and theoretical statistics. They have connections with testing agencies, federal agencies, departments of education, charter schools, and many other organizations who rely on statistical analysis. In fact, our faculty are often conducting research or assisting in grant applications for outside groups. Their connections and experiences will add value and richness to your experience.
- Ball State offers competitive tuition rates.
Unlike many other quantitative psychology programs, you have the option to concentrate on mixed methods of research to add breadth to the in-depth knowledge you will gain in statistics.
- Individuals with the skills you can gain in this program are highly sought after by testing companies, federal and non-profit grant funding agencies, higher education institutions, and many other organizations.
Your thesis will give you the opportunity to take your research directly into doctoral programs in quantitative psychology, educational psychology, educational research, psychometrics, or experimental psychology.
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