All courses are delivered entirely online by accomplished and respected evaluation professionals.
To earn a master’s degree in program evaluation, students complete all eight core content courses (PSY 880, 881, 882, 883, 884, 885, 887, 888) and a three-semester practicum sequence (PSY 886, 889, 889). Full-time students who begin the program in the fall semester earn their degree in only 16 months (four consecutive semesters). Alternatively, students can create a customized, part-time plan of study. This option works well for students working full-time and taking one or two courses per semester.
To earn a graduate certificate in program evaluation, students complete four of the eight core content courses (12 credits). Certificate students are required to take 1) PSY 880: Foundations of Evaluation; 2) either PSY 881: Evaluation Design or PSY 884: Qualiative and Mixed Method Evaluation; and 3) any two of the other core content courses not already completed.
Anyone interested in taking one or more of the core content courses as a non-degree seeking student for professional development should contact us regarding course availability and apply for Lifelong Education status through the university.
Our Fall 2019, Spring 2020, and Summer 2020 course offerings are listed below. Click on the course names to read a course description.