Program Design, Evaluation and Implementation
||University of Missouri
||3 credit hours - $580 per credit
||August 29, 2018 - December 07, 2018
This course presents the theoretical, methodological, and pragmatic issues involved in conducting programs and scholarship. The course includes an overview of the program development process and outcome evaluation of community children and family programs. Students learn about modes of outcome scholarship and their implications for community-based programs. Students develop knowledge through participating in a community-based project involving practical application of program design and evaluation methods.
Robin Peiter Horstmeier
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Program Evaluation: Alternative Approaches and Practical Guidelines
Fitzpatrick, J. L., Sanders, J. R., & Worthen, B. R.
Publisher: Pearson Education, Inc.
Effectively Managing Human Service Organization
Brody, R. & Nair, M.
Publisher: Sage Publications
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