The Community-Based Research and Evaluation (CBRE) Graduate Certificate is an inserted testament program that graduate understudies from different projects at the University of Alberta may finish simultaneously as they satisfy the prerequisites of their projects.
The CBRE testament incorporates two program-explicit courses, INT D 500 and EXT 541, which are offered by the Faculty of Extension. INT D 500, An Introduction to Community-Based Research and Evaluation, gives a prologue to reasonable and methodological establishments of CBRE. EXT 541, CBRE Experience, is a chance to apply the substance learned through the coursework. It will be masterminded and affirmed with the help of the Experiential Learning Coordinator.
The declaration additionally requires the finish of three courses from other UAlberta resources: one 3-credit graduate-level course in program arranging and assessment, and two 3-credit graduate-level courses in research strategies (quantitative, subjective, or potentially blended techniques). Qualifying courses from different resources will regularly be chosen from this rundown of affirmed choices. In any case, in the event that you have a course that you feel may meet the prerequisites for program arranging and assessment or examination strategies, the CBRE Academic Advisor will consider your solicitation forthcoming a survey of the course prospectus and your scholarly record to confirm effective course culmination.
Advantages of CBRE graduate program
Understudies in this program will:
- Construct a comprehension of CBRE ideas and of program arranging and assessment.
- Investigate an assortment of quantitative, subjective, or potentially blended strategies.
- Create CBRE abilities and gain insight with CBRE.
- Organization with others intrigued by strategy advancement, practice, assessment, and examination.
- Take part in CBRE associations among local area and college accomplices to apply the ideas and techniques learned through their coursework.
Qualification and Admission
As this is an inserted endorsement program, you should be enlisted in an advanced education and may seek after this declaration while satisfying existing prerequisites for other alumni programs at the University of Alberta. We suggest that you apply from the get-go in your alumni program to oblige course determination.
You may begin the CBRE program in the fall (September), winter (January), spring (May), or summer term (July).
THREE STEPS TO APPLY
- Snap on the ‘Apply presently’ button underneath to download the Graduate Certificate Admission Form.
- Complete the shape and send it to CBRE Program, University of Alberta, Faculty of Extension, 10230 – Jasper Ave, Edmonton AB T5J 4P6.
- Contact our office to organize a gathering with the CBRE Academic Advisor (780-492-1501 or [email protected]).