Student Accessibility Project

CUEE’s mandate is focused in part on increasing opportunities for current and prospective evaluation professionals to acquire the knowledge and skills required to become practicing and credentialed evaluators. The Student Accessibility Project is aimed at increasing opportunities for students enrolled in graduate courses and programs at CUEE member institutions to access evaluation courses at other CUEE member institutions.

This project identifies evaluation courses that are available at member institutions over the next two years, the term in which they are offered, how they are delivered (e.g. face-to-face, online or hybrid courses), and the number of spaces available for visiting students. The project also outlines the institutional structures, rules and procedures regarding course transfers for both 'domestic' students and for 'visiting' students from other CUEE member programs. Students and faculty are able to view a table of equivalent courses offered by CUEE members.

Participating members:
Carleton University, School of Public Policy and Administration
École nationale d'administration publique, Program Evaluation
University of Saskatchewan, Applied Social Psychology, Department of Psychology
Université du Québec à Montréal, École des sciences de la gestion
University of Victoria, School of Public Administration
University of Waterloo, School of Public Health & Health Systems

CUEE Articles in The Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation

CUEE Articles in Canadian Government Executive

Research and Reports

back to top