380.612.01 APPLICATIONS IN PROGRAM MONITORING AND EVALUATION
- Sarah Shea Crowne
Students learn and practice the skills to conduct evaluations of local and international public health interventions. Emphasizes scientifically rigorous evaluations whose results are useful to program stakeholders and are actually applied to improve interventions.
At the conclusion of this course, students will have learned how to: 1) Work with program stakeholders to identify the intended use and intended users of the evaluation. 2) Develop a conceptual framework for the evaluation that guides the development of evaluation questions. 3) Select appropriate study designs to match the evaluation questions and the political and logistic feasibility of conducting research. 4) Develop measurable indicators. Students will learn to write an evaluation grant proposal and to develop a budget for an evaluation.
- Wednesday 1:30 - 3:20
- Friday 1:30 - 3:20