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Community-Based Research and Evaluation (CBRE) Workshop Series Community-Based Research and Evaluation (CBRE)
University of Albertawww.ualberta.ca
Community-based research and evaluation (CBRE) is an approach to research and evaluation in which partners from many sectors collaborate for mutually beneficial outcomes. Partners—including but not limited to the community, university, and/or government—develop principles for working together, jointly determine the scale and scope of their projects, and contribute according to their diverse expertise, experiences, and interests. An overall goal of CBRE is to create, share, and mobilize knowledge in ways that can inform policy, practice, research, and evaluation.
The University of Alberta’s Community-Based Research and Evaluation (CBRE) Graduate Certificate explores concepts on CBRE, program planning and evaluation, and a variety of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods, allowing students to gain experience with CBRE and to develop conceptual and methodological competencies increasingly in demand locally and globally.
This embedded program is designed as an additional credential for graduate students currently registered at the University of Alberta who would like to develop skills for participating in or lead community-based research and evaluation initiatives.
Office of the Registrar
201 Administration Building
Edmonton, Alberta, T6G2M7, Canada
Program Type Professional Development
Credential Type Non-Credential *
Length 1 Year or Less
4 graduate-level courses + 1 field experience course
- Part Time Only
- Cooperative Education
- Continuing Education Only
- Distance Learning
* Graduate certificate
As this is an embedded certificate program, you must be registered in a graduate degree and may pursue this certificate while fulfilling existing requirements for other graduate programs at the University of Alberta. We recommend that you apply early in your graduate program to accommodate course selection.
You may start the CBRE program in the fall (September), winter (January), spring (May), or summer term (July).
Open to all who are interested in learning about CBRE. In particular; service providers, policymakers, graduate students and researchers studying, working with and working for children, youth and families may find the series helpful. For more information, please visit ualberta.ca/extension/graduate-studies/cbre.
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Updated July 09, 2018. The information contained in this profile is current as of the date shown.
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