The Graduate Certificate in Evaluation and Master of Evaluation are the only programs of their kind in Australasia.
Open to students from any disciplinary background, these courses will give you specialist skills that you can apply in your current filed an beyond including the public sector, non-government organisations, health, wealth, education, not-for-profit and research.
A four-year undergraduate degree in a social or human science; or
A postgraduate qualification in social or human science; or
A relevant undergraduate degree with at least three years of documented relevant work experience.
Students must attain a 75% average in coursework to proceed to the thesis option.
All students must meet English language requirements.
There are three course options:
Graduate Certificate in Evaluation (GC-EVAL):
two compulsory 12.5 point subjects, two elective 12.5 point subjects
Graduate Certificate in Evaluation - GC-EVAL course and subject details are available in the University handbook.
Master of Evaluation - Coursework (MC-EVAL):
four compulsory 12.5 point subjects, four elective 12.5 point subjects (one of which must be in research methods)
Master of Evaluation - MC-EVAL course and subject details are available in the University handbook.
Master of Evaluation - Research (MR-EVAL):
One compulsory 12.5 point subject, two elective 12.5 point subjects,
100 points of thesis including a 20,000 word thesis and one 12.5 research methods subject
Master of Evaluation - MR-EVAL course and subject details are available in the University handbook.
These courses will enable you to:
demonstrate knowledge and understanding of evaluation theory and practice
apply evaluation theory and methods to a range of practical settings
demonstrate an appreciation of professional responsibilities and ethical principles that should characterise leaders in the evaluation field
undertake high level evaluation of policy and programs.
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