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Applied Behavior Change Project


Students will work on an applied behavior change project or program under the supervision of one or more instructors. Potential projects include: conceiving and designing a plan for a real-world behavior change intervention; developing a plan to evaluate the success or impact of an intervention; or auditing a previous process and recommending modifications using the cumulative knowledge and skills developed during this certificate. This course aims to produce a resume-ready product that can be showcased and shared with an employer, organization, or professional association.

Learning Objectives:

  • Be able to design a realistic and manageable pilot behavior change
  • Be able to design and evaluation plan to capture the outcomes of the pilot project
  • Understand how to formatively evaluate a project in order to make revisions
  • Be able to design and gather feedback and evaluation data from project participants
  • Know how to design data collection protocols (surveys, interviews, etc) to capture project impact
  • Know how to analyze the success and process of the project to generate recommendations for improvement


Course Number: ENVR-40007
Credit: 3.00 unit(s)
Related Certificate Programs: Sustainability & Behavior Change

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