EPS 705. EPS 705. 3 Credit Hours.

EPS 705 (Measurement and Psychometric Theory) is a first component of a sequence of classes in order to acquaint students with cutting edge models in test theory and with the application of computer software with which to implement those theories. This sequence of classes provides an introduction to contemporary measurement principles implicated in the design and analysis of scales, tests, and psychological inventories. EPS 705 covers the essentials of classical test theory, factor models of test items, generalizability theory, and a brief introduction of item response theory. After completing the course, students should be provided foundations for further study of measurement theory and be prepared to take a course for item response theory.
Components: LEC.
Grading: GRD.
Typically Offered: Spring.