The Doctorate in Educational Psychology program at Washington State University focuses on providing students with the research, evaluation, and measurement (REM) knowledge and skills necessary to conduct theoretical research and/or basic research. The College of Education Learning and Performance Research Center provides students with unique opportunities to apply their knowledge to practical projects in various educational settings by partnering with school districts, state agencies, and other social service organizations. This rigorous program focuses on teaching students how to develop effective strategies for assessing learning outcomes, evaluate programs for effectiveness, measure performance through assessments, and create data-driven solutions to ensure successful student outcomes. Through this program, graduates will be well-prepared for careers as educational researchers, evaluators or consultants. With a strong network of alumni and partnerships with leading institutions around the world, this program offers excellent career prospects and a pathway for making meaningful contributions towards improving education systems worldwide.