Through rigorous and comprehensive, yet flexible programs, UIC helps experienced professionals become stronger, more successful evidence-based decision makers.
UIC Offers Two Programs to Choose From Heading link
Master's Master of Education in Measurement, Evaluation, Statistics and Assessment
Certificate Graduate Certificate in Educational Research Methodology
UIC's MESA Programs Offer Heading link
Knowledge and Skills
The knowledge and skills gained throughout the coursework can be immediately applied to a student’s occupation. Some courses even include assignments students can customize by bringing in data sets or developing tools and plans that are relevant to their current job.
The curriculum offers students the opportunity to learn all four measurement paradigms – Classical Test Theory, Generalizability Theory, Item Response Theory and Rasch Measurement. Knowing all four areas prepares students for a larger range of career opportunities in the public and private sectors.
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Students will be taught, mentored and supported by highly engaged, nationally recognized UIC faculty and adjunct instructors who work full-time in MESA-related fields.
UIC offers a flexible, online program that caters to the working professional.
MESA Graduates Heading link
MESA graduates have success in a variety of roles, including:
Research Analyst Evaluation Consultant
Assessment Data Analyst Lead Statistician
Psychometrician Manager, Test Development and Analysis
Principal Researcher Director of Outcomes Assessment
Program Manager Director of Assessment and Accreditation
The program has given me increased confidence and professional opportunities. I am much more well-equipped to analyze data and handle general quantitative research inquiries.”MEd in MESA, UIC Class of 2014|