The nature of development work — regionally, nationally or internationally — requires accountable, efficient programs that can measure the impacts of their interventions. Offered through Clark’s International Development, Community and Environment Department (IDCE), the professional Certificate in Monitoring and Evaluation ensures that current and aspiring development practitioners can take multiple perspectives, paradigms and disciplines into account when developing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating major projects, development programs and intervention strategies.
Unlike most evaluation programs, which focus exclusively on education or psychological assessment, we prepare you to work across a range of areas, including youth work, food and agriculture, refugee work, land tenure and natural resource management, education and gender.
Why Study Monitoring and Evaluation at Clark?
- Our unique combination of domestic and international issues.
- Work opportunities in small, midsize and large cities.
- Hands-on involvement in collaborative research projects and student organizations.
- Partnerships with national and international health, education and human services organizations.
- Practice-based learning with professional internships and courses with strong applied learning components.