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PRST 615 Program Evaluation 3.0 Credits

The course is designed to have students apply qualitative and quantitative methods to frame and implement an evaluation capable of being implemented in a broad range of for-profit and non-profit organizational settings, including those found in education, health care, government and private sector businesses. Students will study the purposes and models of program evaluation, roles of the evaluator and stakeholders, and address ethical issues associated with an evaluation. To gain practical experience with “continuous program improvement,” students will design an evaluation of an existing program.

College/Department: GC-3690
Repeat Status: Not repeatable for credit