Spring, 1 Credit, 5-week Session 1, Wed 5:30-6:45pm, Lecture: SEEC S125

Instructor: Carlo Salvinelli, N285D

This course will cover the principles, practice and phases of international development program and project management including identification, design, execution, monitoring and evaluation, exit strategy, and scaling up. Emphasis will be posed on specific challenges and constrains related to the multidisciplinary, dynamic and complex nature of development projects. Students will be exposed to a number of methodologies and tools for planning, participation and evaluation commonly used to identify needs and promote social change, including the Theory of Change and the Logical Framework Approach.