The certificate in Program Evaluation will provide you with graduate-level training in the concepts and skills necessary to conduct evaluations of programs and program improvement efforts in domestic and international settings. You can also enhance your evaluation skills in your work as an evaluator, policy analyst, health and social service administrator, or program manager for non-profit advocacy and community-based organizations. You can complete the program either on a full-time or part-time basis within a five year time period as a non-degree seeking student or in conjunction with a graduate program at FSU.
Program Evaluation, Graduate Certificate
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