The program is designed to impart advanced theoretical and practical skills in monitoring and evaluation in order to improve the design, implementation, and outcomes of social programs.
The main objective of the program is to produce highly qualified evaluation personnel to spearhead the evaluation of development programs and public policies.
- To be admitted to this program prospective students should normally hold an upper second class honors degree in Monitoring and Evaluation or an equivalent from this or another recognized institution, OR
- Any first degree plus a Postgraduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation from a recognized university.
Duration of Study
The duration of the Master of Social Science Degree in Monitoring and Evaluation shall be three (3) semesters of full-time study.
Part 1: Semester 1
- HSME 6101 Evaluation Theories and Approaches
- HSME 6102 Monitoring and Evaluation Practicum
- HSME 6103 Advanced Evaluation Research Methods
- HSME 6104 Evaluation Planning and Management
Part 1: Semester 2
- HSME 6205 Public Policy and Public Policy Evaluation
- HSME 6206 Program Planning and Management
- HSME 6207 Monitoring and Evaluation in the Public Sector
- HSME 6208 Advanced Statistics for Evaluators
Part 2: Semester 1
- HSME 6000 Evaluation Project
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