One of the biggest strengths of American University’s Measurement and Evaluation Program is its student body. The online classroom setting is an international one, with a diverse set of students coming from all over the United States, and indeed, the world. These students have a variety of different experiences that they bring to their studies. This helps to enrich the classroom environment, as students share their evaluation experiences in classroom discussions and group assignments.
When a student enters the Measurement and Evaluation program, they become part of a network of future evaluation professionals. After graduation, students engage each other in evaluation conferences and other forums, continuing the networks they created originally in the classroom.
In this series, Evaluation in Practice, alumni and current students share their practical experiences in measurement and evaluation. From this series, alumni and current students can learn from the practical experiences of their fellow classmates working in diverse functional areas around the globe.
Measurement and Evaluation “Evaluation in Practice” Series:
- Preparing for Evaluation in a High Security Environment
- The Emic and the Etic in Practice: Working with Refugees in Chios, Greece
- Quality Data for Monitoring and Evaluation
- Lessons from My First Evaluation Assignment
- Bridging the Gap: Evaluation Theory and Practice
- Instituting Monitoring and Evaluation at a School in Palestine: Micropolitics Challenges
To learn more about American University’s online MS in Measurement & Evaluation or online Graduate Certificate in Project Monitoring & Evaluation, request more information or call us toll free at 855-725-7614.