The Master’s in Education with a concentration in Educational Evaluation and Data Analysis (EEDA) prepares you to work in K-12 school districts, universities, and non-profit organizations performing institutional research, data analysis, and program evaluation.
K-20 educational systems and established non-profits are awash in data from students, faculty, classrooms, and campuses. The EEDA concentration prepares you to formulate and answer questions about program trends, academic achievement, and institutional effectiveness by overseeing data systems and applying analysis processes in specific contexts. Upon graduation, you will understand theory and methods, as well as possess practical experience and ethical awareness to meet the demands and challenges of working with data and evaluation in real-world educational and non-profit settings.
- Designed for individuals and working professionals who want to make a difference in K-12 school districts, higher education institutions, and non-profit organizations.
- You will be prepared for a career in which data and analytics are used to inform leadership about critical school and university topics, in roles such as K-12 assessment professionals, institutional researchers, data analysts, data managers, and education evaluators.