What Can You Do with a Master of Science in Quantitative Psychology?
In a world where assessment, measurement, and the ability to accurately analyze big data is critical, quantitative methods are at the heart of all aspects of psychology, education, business, and the social sciences. Earning Ball State’s master’s degree in quantitative psychology means you can gain research, statistics, and measurement skills that are in demand by the following organizations:
- Testing and assessment companies
- Organizations conducting program or grant evaluations
- Industries or corporations conducting behavioral and educational research
- Research organizations such as think tanks, grant agencies, and foundations
- College or university institutional research offices
- Federal and state departments of education
- School corporations seeking assessment experts
According to the U.S. Department of Labor, quantitative psychology-related occupations are projected to grow an average of 32 percent through 2022, well above the average (13 percent) for other occupations. Beginning-level salaries start at $50,000 and quickly go up from there.
Learn More About This Program