Graduate Certificate in Youth Development Program Management and Evaluation
A certificate in Youth Development Program Management and Evaluation (13 credit hours) is ideal for professionals in a variety of youth-related fields. Areas include youth-serving organizations like 4-H; Boys and Girls Club; non-profit organizations; faith-based groups; community recreation facilities; correctional professions; elementary, middle and high school educators; and extension educators.
Certificate web site: http://hdfs.missouri.edu/grad_youthprogram.html
|H_D_FS 7231||Foundations of Youth Development||1|
|Elective (select 4 of the following for 12 credits)|
|H_D_FS 8235||Administration and Program Management||3|
|H_D_FS 8232||Youth Professionals as Consumers of Research||3|
|H_D_FS 8238||Program Design, Implementation and Evaluation||3|
|H_D_FS 8236||Federal and State Policies that Impact Youth Development||3|
|H_D_FS 7001||Topics in Human Development and Family Science (Contemporary Youth Issues)||3|
For information about this certificate, contact:
Department of Human Development and Family Science
314 Gentry Hall
Columbia, MO 65211
Federal Gainful Employment disclosure information for this Graduate Certificate is available at https://gradstudies.missouri.edu/fged/44.0702-Gedt-Youth_Develop_Mgmt_Eval.html.