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This class is designed to introduce students to the major concepts, approaches, methods, theories, and the processes in the evaluation field. In this course students will learn the primary techniques of evaluation such as cost-benefit analysis, outcome/performance measurement, and cost- effectiveness analysis. Prerequisites: Graduate standing and PSCI 5301 and PADM 5375 or permission of instructor.
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