Fundamentals needed to plan and evaluate public health programs including needs assessment, behavioral and educational assessment, administrative assessment, objective writing, and process, impact and outcome evaluation methods. Prerequisites: MHSA 6000 (or 7000) Foundations, PUBH 6100 (or 7110) Epidemiology, PUBH 6000 (or 7200) Biostatistics, PUBH 6150 (or 7720) Theory, and PUBH 6175 (or 8710) Research Methods. This course will be taught in a hybrid format, which means the majority of the course will be online. However, it is required for students to be in class (on campus) on the following dates: January 10th, XXX , XXX, September 27th, & XXX ; XXX optional technical assistance appointments.
Marshall, Nandi A., "PUBH 7500: Public Health Planning and Evaluation" (2018). Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health Syllabi. 283.