Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations

Program Evaluation Certificate

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Why Choose Program Evaluation?

photo of students in a classroomAre you interested in developing skills and working knowledge of theories, models, and current demands regarding program evaluation theory and implementation? Consider the program evaluation certificate program through the College of Health, Education, and Human Services at Wright State University’s Education and Leadership department. 

You will find this program to be relevant for all forms of evaluation from both a program director’s perspective and an evaluator’s perspective. Complete the prescribed coursework and you will have achieved advanced competencies in understanding, designing, and implementing program evaluations. 

The demand for program evaluation continues to increase. Strategic plans for existing systems include regular program evaluation and grant funding proposals require a program evaluation plan. That is why you will find this certificate useful for government, for-profit, and non-profit organizations. 

Contact Information

Yoko Miura, Ed.D., Program Director

Academics and Curriculum

View Program Evaluation Certificate program information and degree requirements in the Academic Catalog.


Admission Requirements

At a minimum, applicants must have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited university and have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher.

Wright State graduate degree-seeking students are also eligible to apply for the certificate provided they complete the required courses and provide evidence of completing qualitative and quantitative research methods course in the last five years.

Admission Process


Apply to Graduate School as a non-degree student or a graduate student.

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