Graduate Minor in Program Monitoring and Evaluation
About the Graduate Minor
For people who fund, plan, or implement public health programs, their questions often include: What outcomes do you expect?; How will you know if you achieved the desired outcomes? and; For programs that have been implemented, what evidence can you provide that they are having intended effects? The graduate minor in Program Monitoring and Evaluation prepares students to develop, improve, and critique public health programs using quantitative and qualitative evaluation methods that can be applied in governmental or non-governmental agencies and in domestic or global contexts. In addition to required courses, students are encouraged to take additional advanced research methods courses and to build practical evaluation experience into their graduate studies by working with faculty on a community-based evaluation project as part of their integrative learning experience.
Graduate minors are designed to complement students' training by providing basic knowledge in topics outside their primary discipline. All matriculated graduate students in quarter programs are eligible to enroll.
Students must receive approval from their home program and the Dornsife School of Public Health and complete the necessary paperwork with the DSPH Academic Advising Team.
|CHP 560||Design and Grant Writing for Community Health Programs||3.0|
|CHP 605||Outcomes and Impact Evaluation||3.0|
|or CHP 805||Outcomes and Impact Evaluation|
|CHP 673||Process Monitoring and Outcomes Evaluation for Community Health Programs||3.0|
|CHP 808||Measuring Health||3.0|
For more information about this graduate minor, please contact:
DSPH Academic Advising Team
Office of Education
Additional information can be found on the Dornsife School of Public Health website.