This course addresses perspectives on, and approaches to, program management in development. It examines the strengths, weaknesses and application of the perspectives; the ways in which stakeholders, civic engagement and gender commitments influence the inputs, outputs and outcomes of programs; and the structuring, management and evaluation of program inputs, outputs and outcomes in accordance with appropriate strategies and performance indicators.
A comparative stance is adopted, looking at experience in program management with reference to various contexts, needs, interests and approaches in development.
Key components of the course are group work and an individual report which enable participants to appreciate the significance of issues and concerns in developing a selected project.
Upon successful completion, students will have the knowledge and skills to:
On successful completion of the course, you will understand and have the ability to assess:
- governance concepts and the significance of power in the management of development programs;
- stakeholder needs and interests through an analysis of stakeholders, civic engagement and gender commitments in development programs;
- strategies for the management of development programs, including the logical framework approach and risk assessments;
- integrity and its significance in the monitoring and evaluation of development programs; and
- the design, structure, operation and review of a selected development project.
- A Project Design: no more than 15 (single space) pages plus annexes. This will be an individual project design writeï¿½??up based on the classï¿½??based group work. 60%
- 20% - An essay of 2,000 words selected from one of the topics covered in the first half of the course.
- Participation in course, based on attendance, group work, 10%.
- 10% tutorial exercises based on addressing key program management techniques covered in class.
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Class summaries, if available, can be accessed by clicking on the View link for the relevant class number.
|Class number||Class start date||Last day to enrol||Census date||Class end date||Mode Of Delivery||Class Summary|
|5338||25 Jul 2022||01 Aug 2022||31 Aug 2022||28 Oct 2022||In Person||N/A|