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Human Services 360

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Program Evaluation & Grant Writing 3 cr. (Required)

Evaluation research is the process of using social science research methods to study, appraise, and help improve programs in non-profit organization systems, governmental departments, and businesses. Program Evaluation is an important component of strategic planning – working to improve the effectiveness of an organization. The ability to conduct an evaluation research will help to prepare you for leadership roles in the human services workplace. The ability to develop a Grant Proposal for program funding will provide you with opportunity to fund your proposed program plan. 

Prerequisites: Completion of Human Services 340, and completion of or concurrent enrollment in Human Services 325.

 
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