Graduate Education Course

Explore the Graduate Education (EDUC) Course in the College of Education

The EDUC sequence serves all graduate students in the College of Education and provides core content in methodology and statistics to both masters and doctoral level students.

The sequence begins with a broad overview of research methodologies and basic applied statistics. The sequence then moves to more advanced coursework in research design and higher level statistical modeling such as hierarchical linear modeling, structural equation modeling, and Item response theory. Course content areas may include, introduction to research methods in education and the social sciences, statistics, and advanced statistical methods that are aligned with the incumbent’s expertise and other core research and inquiry methods courses.

The Research Methodology and Statistics faculty is responsible for advising, mentoring, and chairing student masters and doctoral applied project committees.

The director of EDUC is Lillian Duran, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Non-COE graduate students looking to register for EDUC courses should email the course faculty directly. Once approved, pre-authorization requests go to Be sure to provide your UO ID# and the course CRN.