Master Of Arts In Public Administration And Management

Program Overview

The Masters programme is designed to furnish graduates with knowledge, skills and competences required in the fields of Public Administration and Politics at local and international levels. A graduate has prospects of employment within the state, Local and International Organisations, Public and Private Institutions, the Diplomatic missions and organisation as well as and Inter-Governmental Organisations. Candidates are expected to undertake a research project in the last semester and complete 15 taught courses

Course Duration: 2 Years

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Here are some potential career paths that graduates can explore:

  1. Government Administrator: A government administrator manages the day-to-day operations of government agencies and ensures that they operate effectively and efficiently. Government administrators work in a variety of roles, including city managers, county administrators, and state executives. Graduates with a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Management can become a government administrator by obtaining a job with local or state government agencies.
  2. Non-profit Manager: Non-profit managers oversee the operations of non-profit organizations, including fundraising, financial management, and program development. Graduates with a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Management can become a non-profit manager by obtaining a job with non-profit organizations such as charities, advocacy groups, or foundations.
  3. Human Resources Manager: Human resources managers are responsible for managing the recruitment, selection, training, and development of employees. Graduates with a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Management can become a human resources manager by obtaining a job with organizations such as government agencies, non-profit organizations, or private companies.
  4. Policy Analyst: A policy analyst conducts research and analysis on public policy issues, such as healthcare, education, or environmental regulation. Policy analysts work in a variety of industries, including government, non-profit organizations, and think tanks. Graduates with a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Management can become a policy analyst by obtaining a job with organizations such as government agencies, non-profit organizations, or think tanks.
  5. Management Consultant: Management consultants work with organizations to help them improve their operations and achieve better results. Management consultants may work for consulting firms or as independent contractors. Graduates with a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Management can become a management consultant by starting their own consulting business or by obtaining a job with consulting firms.
  6. Public Relations Manager: Public relations managers are responsible for managing the reputation of organizations and communicating with the public. Public relations managers work in a variety of industries, including government, non-profit organizations, and private companies. Graduates with a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Management can become a public relations manager by obtaining a job with organizations such as government agencies, non-profit organizations, or private companies.

These are just a few of the many career paths that graduates with a Master of Arts in Public Administration and Management can consider. By exploring these options and conducting further research, graduates can identify the career path that aligns with their interests, skills, and goals.

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