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University of Pennsylvania

Graduate School of Education

Statistics, Measurement, Assessment, and Research Technology (SMART)


Program area:  Education
Degrees offered:   M.S.
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The Master of Science (M.S.) degree program in Statistics, Measurement, Assessment, and Research Technology (SMART) is designed for individuals who are preparing for success in information rich environments, especially research and assessment organizations that place high value on quality of evidence, statistical analysis, assessment and psychometrics, and the use of technology in producing evidence and informing policy.

The eight course minimum requirement for the M.S. degree makes it practicable to complete all degree requirements for SMART in one academic year of full-time study. Studies leading to this M.S. degree include coursework, a research apprenticeship, and a written general examination in the content of SMART. The program provides understanding and skills in data collection, management and processing, measurement theory and test construction, survey design, statistical analysis, and reporting assessment strategies.
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