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MS in Program, Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics (PEMS)

The Master of Science in Program Evaluation, Measurements, and Statistics (PEMS) is designed to develop skills in quantitative methods. Students will learn to design research studies, collect and analyze data, and use data to evaluate the efficacy of interventions or programs.

Department Name: Department of Curriculum, Instruction and Foundational Studies

Official Degree Name: Master of Science in Program, Evaluation, Measurement, and Statistics

Degree Type: Master of Science

What can I do with this degree?

Students will develop the skills to design and conduct rigorous research, which can be applied to research in education, health sciences, and behavioral and social sciences. Graduates of the program will be well suited to work in an educational or business setting. Graduates will also develop research skills to succeed in an academic setting.

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Earn a graduate degree from one of the Northwest’s top 3 colleges of education.

Boise State stands out for its high-quality and high-value programs. Full-time in-state tuition is estimated at $9,638, and out-of-state at $26,558 for the 2020-2021 school year.

Source: 2021 US News and World Report

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Boise State provides an affordable, quality education to improve your future. Scholarship opportunities are available for residents and nonresidents, making it even more affordable to attain a quality education.

The College of Education also offers a range of scholarship opportunities. 

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