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The program imparts broad theoretical and practical knowledge, skills and competences in monitoring and evaluation. Specifically, the Bachelors of Science in monitoring and evaluation is intended to:

  • Impart up-to date knowledge, skills and competencies on evaluation of government projects, policies and programmes for efficient delivery of expected results
  • Produce evaluation experts with public management skills and competencies in making critical decisions that affect delivery of public services at all levels of society.
  • Produce graduates who can do evaluation consultancy assignments for development projects and efficiently and effectively evaluate the impact of public policies.
  • Produce monitoring and evaluation policy analysts for government and other actors.


The program is made of 480 credits covered at five levels three (3) years of studies for the full time students and four (4)years for the part time students (Evening, Weekend and in service). The first two years emphasize more on fundamental theoretical courses whereas the third year (Level 4 and Level 5), goes more in depth on selective question while focusing on and bridging with practical issues. During the last year, both students (part and full time) will stick on the courses more applied to the needs of industries or the community depending the specialization of Monitoring and Evaluation Teachings will operate on daily basis for full time programme, evening and weekend for part time programs. Day classes will begin from 8:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m, from Monday up to Friday. Evening classes will start from 5:30 p.m up to 9:30 p.m, from Monday up to Friday. Weekend classes will begin Friday 5:30pm till Sunday 5:00 p.m. Academic calendar will begin in September and ends in August.


Registration for Bachelor of Science in Monitoring and Evaluation will be done at the start of the designated trimester in consultation with the faculty. A full time student (defined as taking full load for the semester in the duration of the programme) is expected to complete the programin Nine (9) trimesters (three year equivalent) including internship and research project report A part time student (defined as taking less than full time load in the duration of the programme) is expected to complete the programin 12 trimesters (four year equivalent) including internship and research project report

Target Group

The target audience cuts across national and regional levels. Monitoring & Evaluation professionals and advisors involved with the implementation of projects and /or programs at national, regional and local government levels will specifically benefit from attending this program. The program will also benefit officers in government, non-governmental organizations, the private sector and all national and sub-national level institutional with interest in M &E matters. Those who wish to build their academic career in evaluation as lecturers will find this programas a very important foundational step.