Curricular Structure

The curriculum of Master of Public Administration program consists of three distinct course components:

 

Core Courses
There are altogether sixteen courses in this area. These courses aim at providing academic exposure about the concepts, theories, practices and techniques of basic and related areas of public affairs management which carries 48 credits.

Capstone Courses
Capstone courses include two distinct areas and carries 6 credits. The first area focuses on computer skills. The objective is to make the students aware of the use computer technology in administration. The second area includes internship. It emphasizes the practical aspect of learning. The students are required to undergo an internship and prepare the report. This helps the students to have first-hand practical knowledge about what they have studied in the classroom.

Specialization Courses
There are three areas of specialization with four courses in each area. The students are required to choose two courses from any one of the areas of specialization. Thesis, which carries the 6 credits should comply with the specialization area taken by the students.

The specialization courses are oriented towards adding an insight into the understanding and analytical skills gained from the study of core areas. Specialization area includes 12 credits.

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