Program posted by: University of Illinois Online Certificate in Nonprofit Management
Posted on: January 30, 2013
Course Dates: March 7th - April 10th, 2013
Registration Closes: February 26th, 2013
This course provides a framework for understanding the continuous and integrated process of program evaluation and program design. The course begins with an exploration of the various types and purposes of program evaluation. Utilizing the Logic Model as a guide, participants will learn to develop goals and objectives, determine which activities will address those objectives, and develop outcome measurements to determine the impact of programs. More and more funders today require logic models and/or detailed evaluation plans prior to fund allocation. This class will help a practitioner develop an evaluation plan and learn how to utilize the evaluation results to strengthen the organization's programs.
Online learning offers the convenience you need to make professional development a part of your busy life. Our virtual classroom operates on an "asynchronous" basis, rather than a fixed time. You can log into the seminar Web site when it fits your schedule: at six in the morning, your lunch hour or at midnight.
For more information or to register for this course please visit us online at: http://www.uic.edu/cuppa/gci/programs/profed/online/courses/pde.html?c=2828