This program is designed to prepare qualified program evaluators for educational
and social agencies interested in evaluating their ongoing programs as well as
funded projects. Prospective students are expected to come from social and educational
institutions where there is a continuing need for program evaluation.
Application for admission is made to the Graduate Admissions Office. Candidates
must meet the following admission requirements:
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution.
Scores on the GRE of 500 Verbal and 600 Quantitative.
Undergraduate grade point average of 2.7 and/or graduate grade point average
High level of interest in the program determined by: personal essay, two letters
of recommendation, admission interview results.
Program Requirements - Total Semester Hours: 34
The completion of the 34 semester hours listed below including a thesis, for
which the student will conduct a supervised evaluation of an existing program.
Thesis: a student must be enrolled in either RES 301 or 302 (Master’s Thesis
Seminar I & II) during each semester in which the student is receiving supervision
on the evaluation to be submitted in fulfillment of the master’s thesis requirement.