Graduate Programs in Evaluation and Organizational Learning

UNCW has introduced two graduate programs in Evaluation:

These programs provide professionals in a range of fields, including health, business, education, social work, psychology and public administration, with the skills to evaluate programs, products, initiatives, systems and policies for organizational learning and change. The programs emphasize evaluation as a service profession and evaluators as contributors to the advancement of an equitable and just society (see American Evaluation Association Guiding Principles for Evaluators).

“Evaluation is a systematic and intentional process of gathering and analyzing data (quantitative and qualitative), to inform learning, decision-making and action” (Gopal & Preskill, 2014).

Program Features

  • Expert faculty with extensive experience in the field of evaluation
  • Curriculum aligned with the American Evaluation Association Evaluator Competencies
  • Opportunity to Select Electives aligned to your professional interests
  • Flexible online course format designed for working professionals
  • Full-time and part-time enrollment options
  • Advance your career in two years or at your own pace

Who Should Apply?

WCE’s programs in evaluation are designed to serve professionals across a range of diverse backgrounds who are committed to learning-oriented change. Individuals with a bachelor’s degree in any field are eligible to apply.