To qualify for admission to this programme, candidates must meet the following minimum requirements:
First degree from Kenyatta University or any other recognized Institution.
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In addition the applicants must have first class or second upper division
Those with second class lower division should have two years’ working experience
Duration and Pattern
i. The M & E programme is designed to take 2 academic years
ii. The Programme consists of a total of eighteen (18) units comprising of course work (14 units) and project (4 units).
iii. Students will take a maximum of five (5) and minimum of four (4) coursework units per semester.
iv. Students shall embark on the project upon completion of the coursework.
Examination and Regulations
i. Students enrolled for the Masters of Monitoring and Evaluation degree programme will be expected to take written examinations on all taught units.
ii. University examinations shall be given at the end of each semester and shall contribute sixty (60) percent of the total marks; continuous assessment shall constitute the remaining forty (40) percent.
iii. All examination papers shall be of 3-hour duration.
iv. The pass mark for all units shall be 50%.
v. A candidate who fails more than two units in the end of semester University examination in any one-semester shall be discontinued.
vi. For the purposes of evaluation, a research project shall be regarded as equivalent to four (4) units and shall be examined at the end of the fourth semester.
The learner is required to do a total of eighteen (18) units, Fourteen (14) taught units and a project equivalent to four (4) units. The structure of the programme is shown below.
On successful completion of the course a candidate will be awarded a Master of Monitoring and Evaluation Degree.
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