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Aim and composition

The aim of the two-year “Blended Learning Master of Evaluation” (MABLE) Program is to develop and strengthen the evaluation and monitoring capacities of government, private sector, and social organizations with a view to improving the performance of state administrations and the delivery of public services.

The master program consists of five parts: a coursework part including self-learning by reading the SCORM package and additional materials (books, papers, scripts etc.), f2f learning in presence phases, tutored and non-tutored online learning, a case study group work project and, finally, a master thesis. All parts are compulsory to all students. The core blended learning master course will consist of eight modules.

Target groups

  1. The “Blended Learning Master of Evaluation” (MABLE) is especially designed for graduates of social science study programs, but also appropriate for students of other subjects (Bachelor degree level).
  2. The course enables extra-occupational studies especially for freelancers and self-employed evaluators. The modular course structure and the self-learning options make MABLE a good choice for experienced evaluators who want to enhance or deepen their knowledge in specific areas.
  3. MABLE is not only for evaluators, but also for the people who commission evaluations and want to gain new insights into the field of evaluation. Many aspects of the program are directed towards people who have to conduct evaluations on behalf of donor organizations, administrative agencies, or government ministries and intended to provide the tools and guidelines to assist in the completion of their tasks.

Visit the Mable Evaluation page on the University of Kaiserslautern website for more details!

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