HDFS 609 - Prevention Program Evaluation

  • 3 credits

Concepts and practices of program evaluation in prevention science.

Upon successful completion students will be able to:

1. Describe the purposes and logic of program evaluation practices
2. Critically evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of various evaluation designs and methods
3. Apply best-practices principles and methodological skills to evaluate intervention programs that focus on enhancing human development and family functioning.
4. Critique logic models for existing programs and create a logic model for a prevention program.
5. Critically evaluate the validity of evaluation findings in the literature
6. Describe program evaluation findings to diverse stakeholders.
7. Assess impediments to evidence-based programs’ dissemination and sustainability.


CK Rizzo
CK Rizzo

(970) 829-1310 | ck.kemp@colostate.edu

Dr. Rizzo is an Assistant Professor in the HDFS department. She has been teaching a variety of courses in the HDFS Online Program since 2015. Dr. Rizzo has a background in Marriage and Family Therapy and was part of a small team that founded the Child Trauma & Resilience Assessment Center at CSU.

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