MFA4510 Program Planning in Military Family Advocacy

Course Overview

Educational Level: Upper undergraduate, Bachelor
Credit Hours: 3 Credits
Instructor: Dr. Hal Scott

Course Description:

Students will learn to apply program management for their organizations advocacy goals. Program planning and execution is the process by which the vision, mission, and overarching goals are aligned to achieve measurable outcomes in assisting military and veteran families. Also included in program planning include strategy, tactics, timeline, resources, and proper feedback.

How This Course Benefits Students:

Undertanding the issues and desiring to help are not enough to develop an effective programs. This course will assist students to help them develop strategic assessment, planning, and execution, all which are necessary for program development.

Why This Course Is Important:

This course works to build programs and systems which wlil make a real-life impact for the military family.