Masters in Monitoring and Evaluation Award


About the Masters Award

The Masters in Monitoring and Evaluation Award is a rigorous qualification in the Monitoring and Evaluation field. The qualification represents the pinnacle of achievement in this area and is achieved through completion of a number of nine core modules plus three electives. The learning comprises a mixture of online learning, one on one tutor sessions (online or face to face) and attendance at a minimum of three learning events hosted over the Masters Award programme. Where the participant location makes it impossible to attend in person, we have technology which enables attendance via a virtual classroom.

It would normally be expected that participants hold the Advanced Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation. In exceptional cases, after a review of academic and secular achievements, individuals may be accepted on the next intake as a direct entry on a case by case basis.

The core modules within the Masters Award comprise:

- Strategic Perspecitves for Monitoring and Evaluation
- Qualitative and Quantitative Analysis tools and techniques
- Emerging trends within Monitoring and Evaluation
- Project and Programme management for Monitoring and Evaluation
- Financial skills for Monitoring and Evaluation Practitioners
- The cultural paradigm
- Communication and Reporting
- Procurement Management for Monitoring and Evaluation
- Benefits Management and Realisation

Electives are currently available within the following areas (please note that these are subject to ongoing review and other options may become available):

- Monitoring and Evaluation and Blockchain
- Renewable technologies
- Social tools for Monitoring and Evaluation
- Proposal writing and review for Monitoring and Evaluation
- Legal Awareness for Monitoring and Evaluation

The final part of the award requires completion of a project that will be agreed in advance with your tutor.

Participants normally complete the Masters Award within 18 months of commencement.


Diploma accreditation and prerequisites

To be eligible to apply for the Diploma, participants must have been awarded the Advanced Diploma in Monitoring and Evaluation or elect for a review of their academic and secular achievement.

The Masters Award is Accredited and provided by the International Academy for Monitoring and Evaluation.

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