The Master of Arts in Health Evaluation provides unique training in health, methods, statistics, and evaluation, preparing you to develop, study, and evaluate health interventions.
This distinctive program examines the theoretical underpinning of public health while providing the technical skills that allow you to evaluate the effectiveness of current and future health interventions. Curriculum balances public health-related content and concepts with rigorous methodological and statistical training in the “logic of evaluation,” enabling you to systematically assess health-related programs and policies. You’ll conduct research alongside renowned faculty from CGU’s distinguished School of Community & Global Health and its Division of Behavioral & Organizational Sciences. Our program builds strong core competence in epidemiologic and public health principles, positioning graduates for careers at managed care and other health provider organizations, mental health departments, and federal agencies such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Proximity to local health departments in Los Angeles, San Bernardino, and Riverside counties provides employment and educational opportunities for students.
- The Claremont Symposium Series brings together leading experts from around the world to discuss cutting edge topics in applied psychological science. Recent topics include Cultural Neuroscience in Translation, Sexual Orientation, Psychological Science, and Social Policy and Diversity Science: Emerging Perspectives for the 21st Century.