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Miriam College is a premier women's college in the Philippines. Founded in 1924, Miriam College offers programs at the basic, tertiary, post-graduate and adult education levels.

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Master in Education major in Measurement and Evaluation

This master’s degree program combines the study of research design, statistical methods, testing and assessment, and evaluation. The program is designed to prepare students for research and an academic career in education, social sciences and human services.

What Will I Study?

Here are some of the topics and courses you will take:

Quantitative research designs, parametric statistics, empirical methods of data collection and interpretation, and measurement issues in research are examined. Students will conduct analyses using primarily SPSS.
This course provides the technical knowledge necessary for test construction and responsible test use. The main emphasis of the course is the understanding of the theoretical concepts and logic underlying standard test construction and their applications to real data. As part of the course, students will construct a test, refine it, collect data, analyze, and interpret the results.
This course discusses methodologies associated with qualitative research practices, including observations, field notes, interviews, data interpretation and analysis.
This course examines major psychometric theories as they are related to issues of reliability, generalizability, validity, item analysis methods, and criterion-referenced assessment. Topics include classical true-score theory, item response theory, scaling, and other procedures using SPSS.
This course introduces students to the theory and application of program evaluation, emphasizing a range of evaluation goals and designs. Theories and basic issues of evaluation design, data collection, interpretation, and communication of results of program evaluation are discussed.
This course includes selected topics in educational research and evaluation and in-depth exploration of contemporary problems of measurement and research.
This course focuses on the current practices and issues related to any of the following: student-centered assessment, implementing self and peer assessment, implications of communication and information technology on assessment, developing inclusive assessment practices, and the like.
  • Total Program Units: 43 units
    Basic Courses: 10
    Major Courses: 27
    Electives: 6

  • Standard Completion Time: 2 years

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  • College of Education