PADM 5445 W - Program Evaluation Planning and Designs
The evaluation for this course does not include formal seated exams, so no distance proctoring arrangements are required.
Application of specific evaluation research designs to actual projects. Topics include: designs for formative, summative and developmental programs; designs for policy evaluation; attribution and contribution analysis; applied logic modeling; and managing evaluation projects at the planning stages. Prerequisite(s): PADM 5441, PADM 5442, PADM 5443, PADM 5444.
CRN for section W: 14208
Instructor: Steve Montague
About the instructor: Steve Montague is currently an adjunct professor for the School of Public Policy and Administration. He has three decades of experience in performance planning and measurement, program evaluation, market research, review and audit projects as a management consultant and as an evaluation manager in a major Canadian federal government department. Mr. Montague has managed major projects analyzing a wide variety of programs for Canadian federal, provincial, United States, and Australian governments, as well as conducting recent work for the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), the Scottish Government and the World Bank. He has published articles and given numerous presentations and workshops on evaluation, performance management and information management.
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