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Master in Public Admin

Course Description

The Master of Public Administration program is designed for future leaders of government, civil society and market organisations responsible for pursuing the public interest. It integrates theory and practice in enhancing understanding, knowledge and skills essential to the management and leadership of public organisations. It does this through various analytical lens that structure, guide and inform an assessment of the complexities and challenges of organising public action within and across the state, market and civil society.

Course Objective

Upon successful completion, students will be able to:

 

  • Demonstrate considerable knowledge of historical, comparative and theoretical perspectives on public administration, management and governance;
  • Demonstrate considerable knowledge of key debates and thinking in public administration, management and governance in Australia and globally;
  • Demonstrate considerable knowledge of research principles and methods relevant to public administration, management and governance;
  • Apply theories, concepts and research methods in investigating and analysing the complexities and challenges of public administration, management and governance; and
  • Apply knowledge and skills in self-management, communication and teamwork activity in responding to the complexities and challenges of public administration, management and governance.

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