Master of Monitoring and Evaluation

This course recognizes the longevity of the practices of monitoring and evaluation which have trekked the long journey of human civilization and are claimed to be as old as man himself as well as the growing importance attached to this field both as a practice and academic study. The course recognizes that the academic study of the field of monitoring and evaluation has gained immense interest due to the mismatch between demand and supply of M and E practitioners and Professionals. Government of Uganda designed the national monitoring and Evaluation policy of the country and it is anticipated that each Ministry, Department and Agency (MDA) will have a fully-fledged monitoring and evaluation unit. While some MDAs have moved towards this direction, others are yet to operationalize this partially due to lack of well-trained experts in the field at graduate level.

The overall goal of the Master of Monitoring and Evaluation Program is to strengthen the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact and sustainability of interventions by governments, civil society and non-government organizations as well as development partners in Sub-Saharan Africa through the development and enhancement of capacity for evaluation The program broadly aims to impart knowledge, skills and competences to students interested in building a career in monitoring and evaluation. Specifically, the program is intended to: –

  1. Impart up-to date knowledge, skills and competencies on evaluation within diverse contexts
  2. Produce evaluation experts with management skills and competencies in making critical decisions that affect delivery of public services at all levels of society
  3. Produce graduates who can design, conduct and manage efficient and effective evaluations


Code MME
Duration 2 Years
Study time Weekend
Intake April & August

Entry requirements

Applicants to the Master’s program must meet the general requirements for admission to Graduate Programmes set by National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) and Kabale University. Specially, applicants must possess the following: –

  1. A Bachelor’s degree with at least lower second-class honors from a recognized institution; OR
  2. A professional qualification equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from a recognized professional body.



  1. A postgraduate diploma in Project Planning and Management, Monitoring and Evaluation or related disciplines from other recognized Institutions of higher learning may receive some exemptions based on the Credit Transfer policy.
  2. Working experience will be an added advantage.

Fees structure

Tuition Fees per Semester (East African) Tuition Fees per Semester (Non East Africans)
UGX 1,325,000 $730

Functional Fees

Application fee 50,000
Registration fees (per Academic Year) 60,000
Late Registration (per semester; after the deadline for official registration) 30,000
Examination fee (per semester) 100,000
Research fee (per Academic Year) 200,000
Student Manual (Payable once in the 1st Semester) 20,000
Computer Laboratory fee (per Academic Year) 60,000
Identity Card (Payable once in the 1st Semester) 20,000
Library fee (per Academic Year) 50,000
Medical (per semester) 15,000
Development Fund (per Academic Year) 100,000
Late Payment of Fees (after the deadline for official fees payment) 50,000
Replacement of Admission Letter (per Issue) 5,000
Retake/Supplementary/Missed Exam fee (per course) 50,000
Special Exam (per course) 30,000
Student Games Union fee (Academic Year) 20,000
Student Guild fee (per Academic Year) 20,000
Contribution to the Uganda National Students’ Association (UNSA) (per Academic Year) 2,000
Graduation fee (Payable on Completion of Studies) (Including: Transcript, Certificate, Convocation) 150,000
Certification (per copy) 3,000
Contribution to National Council for Higher Education (NCHE) Collections (per Academic Year) 20,000

Fieldwork, Study, Industrial Training/ Attachment, Internship, School Practice fee

Master of Science in Environment and Natural Resources 500,000= (per Sem)
Bachelor of Agribusiness Management 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 300,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Agriculture and Land Use Management 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Chemistry 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Industrial and Applied Physics 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Applied Design and Fine Art 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Arts in Economics 100,000= (per year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Business Administration 100,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Civil Engineering 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Computer Science 100,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Education (school practice) 100,000= (per year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Electrical Engineering 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Environmental Health Science 200,000= (par year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Environmental Science 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Information Technology 100,000= (per year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Library and Information Science 100,000= (per year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Mechanical Engineering 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery 300,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Nursing Science 150,000= (per Year)
Bachelor of/Diploma in Anaesthesia and Critical Care Med 150,000= (per Year)
Bachelor of Procurement and Logistics Management 100,000= (per year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Public Administration and Mgt 100,000= (per year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Records Management 100,000= (per Year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Social Work and Social Admin 100,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Social Sciences 100,000= (per year)
Bachelor of /Diploma in Tourism and Hospitality 150,000= (per year)
Bachelor of Catering and Hospitality 150,000= (per year)
Diploma in Medical Records Management 100,000= (per Year)
Diploma in Hotel Management 150,000= (per year)
Language Enhancement (for Students of French) 200,000= (per year)
Study trips (for Students of Geography) 100,000= (per year)
Study trips/Transport fee (for DEHS, BNS, BEHS, MBChB, BACM) 170,000= (per Sem)

  1. The University Council reserves the right to adjust the fees without prior notice.
  2. These Programmes are run over Weekends, during Fulltime, or in Recess/Holiday Sessions.

Contribution to NCHE should be deposited using a payment reference number generated via

Fees Structure 2023-2024

Course details

  • LH Lecture Hours
  • CH Contact Hours
  • TH Tutorial Hours
  • CU Credit Units
Code Course name LH PH TH CH CU
CORE COURSES          
Year One, Semester One (6 cores)
MME8111 Theories and Models of Monitoring and Evaluation 45 00 30 60 4
MME8112 Planning and Designing M&E Systems 45 00 30 60 4
MME8113 Commissioning, Conducting & Managing Evaluations 45 00 30 60 4
MME8114 Development Theory and Interventions in Africa 45 00 30 60 4
MRTM8000 Research Methods 45 00 30 60 4
MME8116 Human Resource Management & Development 45 00 30 60 4
MCAR8000 Computer Applications in Research 45 30 00 60 4
Semester load 28
Year One, Semester Two (6 cores)
MME8121 M and E systems: Tools and Frameworks. 45 00 30 60 4
MME8122 Project Management Theory & Practice 45 00 30 60 4
MME8123 Public Policy, Leadership and Governance 45 00 30 60 4
MME8124 Financial Management and Administration 45 00 30 60 4
MME8125 Data Management and Reporting 45 00 30 60 4
MME8126 Administrative Law 45 00 30 60 4
Semester load 24
Year Two, Semester One (3 cores)
MACA8000 Academic Scholarly Writing and Publishing Skills 45 30 00 60 4
MME8222 Civil Society Organisations 45 30 00 60 4
MME8223 Resource Mobilization and Management 45 30 00 60 4
MME8224 Ethics in Monitoring and Evaluation 45 30 00 60 4
MME8225 Consultancy Skills Development & Management 45 30 00 60 4
Semester load 20
Year Two, Semester Two (2 cores)
MME8221 Research Seminars
MME8222 Dissertation – Research Project 300 150 5
Semester load 5

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