NUTR633: Evaluation of Global Nutrition Programs
- Graduate level
- Winter term(s)
- 3 Credit Hour(s)
- Instructor(s): Jones, Andrew
- Prerequisites: None
- Advisory Prerequisites: At least one foundational course in both biostatistics and epidemiology.
- Description: This course will provide students with an understanding of the principles of program evaluation with an emphasis on global nutrition programs. The course will create a space for discussion and practice in which knowledge can be applied to current global nutrition issues through research and critical analysis.
- Course Goals: By the end of this course students are expected to be able to: 1) identify key principles related to the design, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of global nutrition interventions; 2) apply and synthesize these principles to develop a global nutrition intervention as well as a comprehensive, field-ready monitoring and evaluation plan; 3) formulate evaluation research questions based on a review of scientific literature; 4) develop an analysis plan for and analyze data from a publicly available global nutrition data set; 5) analyze evaluation research results published in a peer-reviewed document through the critical application of evidence-based evaluation principles; 6) communicate project narratives and research findings clearly, concisely and confidently in oral presentations to a group of peers in a professional setting; 7) lead and collaborate effectively as a member of a multidisciplinary team; 8) communicate in a professional manner with a "client" organization and identify how evaluation data would serve their needs; 9) conduct key informant interviews with stakeholders from a "client" organization; 10) engage in respectful classroom and online discussions with peers using scientific evidence to communicate and support diverse viewpoints.
|Department||Program||Degree||Competency||Specific course(s) that allow assessment||NUTR||MPH||Develop appropriate designs to rigorously monitor and evaluate nutrition programs and policies in diverse contexts||NUTR633, NUTR650, NUTR677|