The Mission of the M.A. in Program Evaluation at Wayne State University is to prepare a diverse body of evaluation practitioners to positively impact local and global communities by providing high quality, effective, and holistic program evaluations in a manner that is ethical and attendant to the diverse needs and demands of stakeholders in an organization through inclusive and rigorous coursework and a practicum.
The M.A. in Program Evaluation is an online program, offered under master's degree Plan C (coursework option). The total number of credits for the degree is 33 credits, which involves 30 credits of core/required classes and a three (3) credit practicum experience. All course work must be completed in accordance with the academic procedures of the College of Education and the Graduate School's regulations governing graduate scholarship and degrees.
|Introduction to Program Evaluation
|Culturally Responsive Program Evaluation
|Organizational Theory for Evaluation
|Evaluation and Measurement
|Fundamentals of Quantitative Research
|Qualitative Research I: Introduction
|Advanced Qualitative Program Evaluation
|Advanced Quantitative Program Evaluation
|Practicum in Evaluation
|Needs Assessment and Analysis
|Evaluation of Learning and Performance