The Master of Project Monitoring and Evaluation is a two -year programme designed to enable students have a comprehensive set of knowledge, skills and competencies essential for a 21st century project planning, monitoring and evaluation expert. The programme covers basic paradigms, principles, concepts, approaches and methods used in Monitoring and Evaluation. It is intended to produce monitoring and evaluation experts with public management skills and competencies in making critical decisions that affect delivery of public services at all levels. The programme also aims at imparting up-to date knowledge, skills and competencies in evaluation of government and non-governmental projects, policies and programmes for efficient delivery of services.
- A Bachelor’s Degree from a recognized institution of higher learning accredited by National Council for Higher Education or a professional qualification equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized professional body.
- A postgraduate diploma in project planning and management, Monitoring and evaluation from a recognized Institution of higher learning may receive some exemptions based on the UTAMU policy.
Provider - UTAMU
Format - Face to Face
Cost - Not specified
Duration - 2 years
Focus areas - Data Analysis
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