Certificate in Community-based Assessment and Evaluation

Undergraduate students enrolled at St. Mary’s University will be eligible to enroll in the program after they fulfill the university core mathematics course, earning at least a C. Interested students will contact the certificate program director to apply. The program director will contact the registrar to officially enroll students in the certificate program and confirm that the mathematics prerequisite has been earned. The program director will also confirm that all certificate requirements have been completed, issue the certificate, and instruct the registrar to add the certificate to the student’s transcript. Non-degree-seeking students will also apply to the program director who will then direct them to admissions. Upon admission to St. Mary’s, non-degree-seeking students will be eligible to enroll in the program upon verification by the St. Mary’s registrar of an earned degree from an accredited institution. The earned degree must include at least three hours of mathematics credit with a minimum grade of C. Graduate students lacking strong statistical/mathematical preparation will also be eligible to enroll in the certificate program upon verification by the St. Mary’s registrar of graduate enrollment at St. Mary’s and verification of fulfillment of the undergraduate mathematics prerequisite.

Certificate in Community-based Assessment and Evaluation 1
PS/AE 3381Introductory Statistics3
PS/AE 3385Advanced Statistics in Psychology3
AE 4387Test and Measurements3
AE 5388Grant Writing3
AE 5389Applied Program Evaluation3
Total Semester Hours15
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Students must earn a minimum grade of C in each course to earn the certificate.