AHSC 260 - Program Planning Design and Evaluation
The course prepares students to construct effective interactive programs designed for specific client populations. Using program design principles and practices, students match learning activities to desired program outcomes, while considering participant qualities and contextual features. Emphasis is placed on assessment, design, and evaluation knowledge and skills.
- Fall (September 5 - December 4, 2023)
- Winter (January 15 - April 15, 2024)
Steven M. Henle
Undergraduate, 3 credits
$13.83 CAD + applicable taxes.
Student must not have taken the following courses: AHSC330, AHSC350, AHSC355, AHSC371, AHSC380, AHSC381, AHSC382, AHSC422, AHSC444
Notes From Canada’s Young Activists. By Cullis-Suzuki, et al.
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