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Prerequisites: POPR 5300 or CORG 5300; open only to M.S.W. students in the Policy Practice or Community Organization concentration. Corequisite: POPR 5353 and FED 5310, or CORG 5353 and FED 5310, or CORG 5355.
Grading Basis: Graded
Covers a broad range of knowledge and skills needed to develop sound program proposals and to plan, manage, and evaluate social programs. These include assessing social and community needs; setting goals within the context of strategic plans; writing measurable objectives; designing program implementation and evaluation strategies, developing a program budget, and identifying funding sources. Addresses value and ethical issues in program development, as well as constraints and opportunities that support or constrain program planning. Required course for students in the Community Organization, Administration and Policy Practice concentrations. The pre and co-requisites for this course differ for each of these concentrations. Refer to the Student Handbook for pre and co-requisite details.
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|Term||Class Number||Campus||Instruction Mode||Instructor||Section||Session||Schedule||Enrollment||Location||Grading Basis||Notes|
|1198 11688 1 H01||Fall 2019||11688||Hartford||In Person||Feely, Megan||H01||Reg||Tu 11:00am‑1:30pm
|1198 11689 1 H02||Fall 2019||11689||Hartford||In Person||Feely, Megan||H02||Reg||We 6:30pm‑9:00pm