Master Degree in Project Planning Monitoring and Evaluation - [MPPME]

The graduates are expected to become competent in displaying mastery knowledge and skills in relation to project planning, Monitoring and Evaluation of Development projects, to conduct project related research and be able to work autonomously in complex and unpredictable situations.

Programme Summary

Proramme Name : Master Degree in Project Planning Monitoring and Evaluation

Proramme Code : MPPME

Duration : 2

Fees : 4400000

Mode of Study : Full Time

Programme Information
Form Four Entry Qualification:

Holders of Certificate of Secondary Education Examination (CSEE) with four (4) passes in non-religious subjects

Direct Entry Qualification:

The candidate intending to apply for admission for Master degree in Project Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation, should have at least one of the following qualifications: At least NTA level-8-Bachelor Degree of Second Lower Class in Project planning and management or related discipline; at least Non-NTA Bachelor Degree of Second Lower Class for Classified awards or Average of B grade or credit for unclassified awards Project planning and management or related discipline; or. No-NTA Bachelors Degree of Pass grade for classified awards or average of C grade for unclassified awards Project planning and management or related discipline with Postgraduate Diploma of at least Second Lower Class for classified awards or average of B+ grade for unclassified awards; or. NTA-level-8, Bachelors Degree of Pass grade with postgraduate diploma Project planning and management or related discipline.

Eqivalent Entry Qualification:

No Entry

The overall structure for the Master degree in Project Planning, Monitoring and Evaluation (NTA-9) consist of fifteen (15) modules. The modules spread over two semesters taught in class and one semester for field research. Each semester has a total of 16 weeks. The programme has a total credit f 236.

Payment of fees should be made before or during registration. Failure to pay within the specified period may result in withdraw of registration. Fees for various courses consist of the amount payable directly to the Institute and that payable directly to students. Whereas the amount payable directly to the Institute covers for tuition, field supervision, students’ organization, and registration; and the amount payable directly to the student covers for meals allowance, books and stationery, accommodation, medical allowance, practical training allowance and dissertation production. However, the amount to be paid to students will normally depend on their sponsors’ policies.

The programme intends to: equip candidates with the ability to plan; appraise and implement development projects; manage and control related resources for organizational and community development. To use theories, principles and practices of project administration, governance and administrative skills to administer development projects in context of economical and current structural arrangements. To monitor and evaluate development programs and projects emanating from context of environmental and various natural resources. To apply appropriate tools such as ICT & MIS, statistics and research methods to plan, manage, monitor and evaluate projects and disseminate information to end users.

The programme has adopted an integrated mode of assessment process that will provide simplicity and flexibility to suit the competence which is assessed. The process has to include balance of continuous assessment, end of semester examination and dissertation.