The mission of the Quantitative Psychology Graduate Program is twofold: to train students in the theory and application of quantitative methods for psychological research, and to contribute to the development of new knowledge in the field of quantitative psychology. With regard to training, we seek to develop a foundational knowledge and understanding for interested undergraduate students, and we seek to provide state-of-the-art training for graduate students seeking a Ph.D. in this field. The graduate program provides a rigorous curriculum, experience in teaching, and extensive training and experience in research. Our mission also involves the conduct of research that will make valuable contributions to the growth in knowledge regarding the theory and use of quantitative methods in psychological research. In addition, we contribute to the advancement of knowledge in substantive areas through the careful and proper use of sophisticated quantitative methods.