Quantitative Research, Evaluation and Measurement (QREM)
With a degree in Quantitative, Research, Evaluation and Measurement you can approach your career with an in-depth understanding of quantitative methods. You'll receive rigorous training in quantitative techniques and analysis designed to improve your understanding of quantitative research and its applications in education. You’ll apply statistics and mathematical principles while measuring and evaluating issues, methods and new ideas in education, government and business settings. The expertise you gain to create, identify and evaluate tests, surveys and curriculum programs, will help you contribute significantly in an educational setting.
Degrees and Programs
AERA offers a rich array of programs and services for students through its divisions, special interest groups, and the Graduate Student Council for professional development, mentoring and networking.
The college’s annual forum showcases the research efforts of graduate students and other researchers in the college.
Sponsored by the Council of Graduate Students, the university forum highlights exemplary and innovative research conducted by Ohio State graduate students.
The Center engages multidisciplinary researchers dedicated to high-quality scholarship to improve children’s learning and development in homes, schools communities. It also engages policy leaders on early childhood issues.
New research shows the difference between reading to kids at home and not is more than a million words by kindergarten.
Associate Professor Dorinda Gallant published research in the Journal of Multidisciplinary Evaluation using mixed methods research to evaluate digital educational content.
Assistant Professor Minjung Kim was published in Behavior Research Methods
Assistant Professor Jessica Logan is a co-principal investigator of this project that focuses on classroom ecology on its relation to children’s learning, achievement and social development from pre-k to 3rd grade.