UCT Institute for Monitoring and Evaluation Courses Offered
UCT Institute for Monitoring and Evaluation Courses Offered – see the list of programmes offered at the Institute for Monitoring and Evaluation…
Master’s in Programme Evaluation
The Master’s in Programme Evaluation is a specialised degree that provides students with comprehensive knowledge and skills of evaluation theory and practice. Our aim is to produce graduates that go on to improve the quality, accountability and transparency of a wide range of social and development programmes. The applied curriculum straddles an innovative interdisciplinary space that has been influenced by the latest developments in evaluation theory and practice.
Doctorate in Programme Evaluation
The Section of Organisational Psychology offers a PhD in programme evaluation by dissertation only. We do not offer a PhD by coursework and dissertation.
PrerequisitesThe minimum admission requirement is a master’s degree in programme evaluation with a component in quantitative research methods at HEQF level 9. Candidates should have an average mark of 65% for their master’s degree. Also note that a named degree (in other words a degree that has a label indicating that it is in the discipline of programme evaluation/monitoring and evaluation) is required. A degree in any other discipline with only a module in programme evaluation is not sufficient for admission into this doctorate.
Please note that while we greatly encourage PhD candidates who are experienced programme evaluation practitioners to apply for our programme, professional experience in programme evaluation alone is not sufficient for admission into this doctorate – as master’s degree in programme evaluation is also required.
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