Quantitative, Qualitative, and Psychometric Methods Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Doctoral students file a program of studies that must (a) meet the following minimum requirements and (b) be approved by the doctoral supervisory committee. Doctoral students work with their advisers in preparing a program of studies that meets program requirements and furthers progress toward their own goals. Doctoral supervisory committees have broad latitude to approve individualized programs of study that meet student needs provided they meet minimum program requirements. Other UNL Graduate Studies requirements also apply – please refer to the UNL Graduate Studies Graduate Bulletin and/or the degree requirements webpage: http://www.unl.edu/gradstudies/current/degrees/doctoral
Application to this program
It is assumed that all QQPM doctoral students will enter the program with coursework in the following areas: (a) introductory statistics, (b) introductory measurement, and (c) basic research methods. Students who are deficient in one or more of these areas will be required to remove these deficiencies may not be counted toward the minimum program requirements. In some rare and exceptional circumstances, substitution of the common studies courses may be possible in accordance with departmental and graduate school procedures.