PHHB 8750 PROGRAM EVALUATION AND INSTRUMENTATION (3 credits)
This course will build skills for selection, development and analysis of various types of instruments and techniques for conducting process, impact, and outcome evaluations in health promotion, education, and behavior. Evaluation of health behavior change and its antecedents, changes in community services programs, and community health status will be discussed. Candidates will learn methods for developing choosing psychometric tools, choosing appropriate evaluation designs, procedures for data collection, and describing evaluation results. Emphasis will be placed on political, statistical, and theoretical aspects of instrumentation and evaluation practices.
Prerequisite(s)/Corequisite(s): HED 8270/PHHB 8270 or permission of instructor.