- PROGRAMME AIMS AND OBJECTIVES
- ENTRY REQUIREMENTS
- DURATION OF STUDY
- CAREER OPPORTUNITIES
- PROGRAMME STRUCTURE
- The programme is designed to impart advanced theoretical and practical skills in monitoring and evaluation in order to improve the design, implementation and outcomes of social programmes.
- The main objective of the programme is to produce highly qualified evaluation personnel to spearhead the evaluation of development programmes and public policies.
- To be admitted to this program prospective students should normally hold an upper second class honours degree in Monitoring and Evaluation or an equivalent from this or another recognised institution, OR
- Any first degree plus a Postgraduate Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation from a recognised university.
The duration of the Master of Social Science Degree in Monitoring and Evaluation shall be three (3) semesters of full-time study.
Graduates from this programme can work as:
Academics, Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation Directors, Evaluation Consultants, Non-governmental Organisation Managers, Social Science Researchers, Public Sector Managers and Policy Analysts amongst other responsibilities.
- HSME 6101 Evaluation Theories and Approaches
- HSME 6102 Monitoring and Evaluation Practicum
- HSME 6103 Advanced Evaluation Research Methods
- HSME 6104 Evaluation Planning and Management
- HSME 6205 Public Policy and Public Policy Evaluation
- HSME 6206 Programme Planning and Management
- HSME 6207 Monitoring and Evaluation in the Public Sector
- HSME 6208 Advanced Statistics for Evaluators
HSME 6000 Evaluation Project