M.S.Ed. Program Evaluation
NEW – On-Line Format Available
The master’s degree and certificate programs in Program Evaluation are designed to increase the theoretical understanding of evaluation and enhance skills in evaluation methods.
Coursework stresses the incorporation of evaluation in program planning and encourages the use of evaluation practice not only in education, but also in public administration, criminal justice, health care and other human service fields where assessment and evaluation are vital for program success.
Both the master’s degree and the certificate program are designed for graduate students who work or who expect to work in organizations that require program evaluation activities as part or all of their responsibilities. Graduates will be prepared to work as program evaluators in government agencies, human service organizations, educational policy agencies, school districts, colleges and universities, health care facilities and corporations.
The majority of students who earn a Program Evaluation master’s degree will pursue or have careers as practitioners, providing clients with evaluation results and reports used for decision making that is related to educational and human-service programs.
The Program Evaluation program offers the flexibility of taking courses on-line or on campus.
For those students enrolling in the MSED Program Evaluation Program, a 25% discount is being offered. Please visit the University Graduate Admissions website for additional information.