Postgraduate Diploma in Result Based Monitoring and Evaluation Techniques

The programme aims at building student’s knowledge and skills through theoretical and empirical experiences. Graduates of this programme are expected to be capable of undertaking high quality monitoring and evaluation researches as well as providing professional inputs in the process of policy formulation and national development in in the country and worldwide.

ABOUT PROGRAMME

Programme Availability
College of Forestry Wildlife and Tourism
Host Department
Department of Forest and Environmental Economics
Level of Study
Postgraduate Diploma
Mode of Study
Full Time
Programme Duration
1 Year

PROGRAMME STRUCTURE

SUMMARY OF COURSES UNDER THIS PROGRAMME AND THEIR NOTIONAL HOURS DISTRIBUTION

YEAR 1 – SEMESTER 1

Module

Core Courses

Notional Hours 

Course ante

Courses title

L*

S*

A*

IS/R*

P*

Credits

Module 1

 

 

ME01

Concepts of Monitoring and Evaluation

20

10

5

11

5

5

ME02

Types of Monitoring and Evaluations

22

10

5

10

5

5

ME03

Systems Approach to Monitoring and Evaluation

40

20

15

22

10

9

Module 2

 

ME04

Project Designs

45

20

14

28

14

11

ME05

Logical Framework Analysis and its Role in Monitoring and Evaluation

40

25

10

15

10

7

ME06

Outcome Mapping

35

25

10

20

12

8

Sub-total (Core Semester I) 

202

110

59

106

56

45

 Elective Courses 

 

 

 

DSP 603

Development Finance

31

16

8

16

8

8

DS 619

Poverty Analysis

31

16

8

16

8

8

FOE 645

Marketing

24

16

16

16

8

8

FO 602

Computer Applications in the Management of Natural Resources

18

12

12

12

6

6

Sub-total Electives (Semester I) 

104

60

44

60

30

30

Total Semester I 

306

170

103

166

86

75

Semester II

Core Courses

 Notional Hours

Module 3

 

ME07

Mid-term and Final Evaluations

20

10

6

10

6

5

ME08

Impact Assessment

20

10

6

10

6

5

Module 4

 

ME09

Approaches to research development

9

5

2

5

2

2

ME10

Case studies and internship

0

0

0

0

330

33

Sub-total core (Semester II) 

49

25

14

25

344

45

 Elective Courses   

 

 

 

FOE 646

Project Planning and Evaluation

29

15

7

15

7

7

FOE 604

Economic Growth and Development

29

15

7

15

7

7

FOE 606

Entrepreneurship in Natural Resources

21

14

14

14

7

7

DS     607

Natural Resource Assessment for Development Planning, utilization and Conservation

18

12

12

12

6

6

Sub-total electives (semester II) 

97

56

40

56

27

27

Total Semester II 

146

81

54

81

371

72

Total Semester I&II 

452

251

157

247

457

147

L*= Lectures, S*= Seminars and Tutorials, A*=Assignments, IS/R*= Independent Studies and Research, P*= Practical

 

LEARNING OUTCOME

Upon successful completion of the programme, students are expected to be able to effectively:

  1. establish and manage projects; 
  2. conduct feasibility studies and impact assessment; and
  3. communicate results of M&E studies and other work accurately and reliably in a range of different contexts. 

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Application and admission into this programme shall be routed through the Directorate of Postgraduate Studies, Research, Technology Transfer and Consultancy (DPRTC) of Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA) and shall follow the general procedures and requirements as detailed in the DPRTC webpage (http://www.dprtc.sua.ac.tz/) and the SUA Regulations and Guidelines for Higher Degrees, Fifth Edition, 2018.

FEES

HOW TO APPLY

Online application can also be made through http://suasis.sua.ac.tz:9092/index.php/welcome

CONTACT

For more information about the programme, please contact the Director of Postgraduate Studies, Research, Technology Transfer and Consultancy at drpgs@sua.ac.tz; you can also contact the Head of Department of Forest and Environmental Economics at dfee@sua.ac.tz (+255 787 255 301/ +255 655 255 301). 

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