MA Public Administration
(Top-Up)

Awarded By University of Chichester, UK

Qualification:

Master’s Top-Up

Duration:

6 to 9 months

Study Mode:

Online / Blended

Awarded By:

University of Chichester, UK

Assessment:

Only Assignments, No Written Exam

Course Fees:

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Course overview

The MA in Public Administration is designed to help you meet the challenge of
shaping and delivering effective public services. It is relevant whether you are
working in local, regional, or central government, or for a charity or public-private
partnership. It addresses some of the key issues facing the public sector such as
effective leadership, financial crisis management, anticipating and responding to
change, performance management, governance and ethical practice, risk and
decision-making and sustainability.

This MA in Public Administration is all about providing you with relevant experience
and knowledge you’ll need to succeed in the field. For your final project, you’ll even
have the chance to develop a solution for an issue experienced at your current place
of employment.

Courses Offered

Offered from University of Chichester, UK is the following course:

MA Public Administration Top-Up

  1. OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Public Administration (120 credits)
  2. A minimum of 2 years of work experience at Graduate level.
  3. Age requirement: 22 years and above
  4. Applicants holding a valid OTHM level 7 Diploma in Public administration (120
    credits) will be considered for entry at the Final Stage of MA in Public
    Administration program.

Stage 1 (Delivered by LUBM) – OTHM Level 7 Diploma in Public
Administration (120 credits)

Stage 2 (Delivered by LGS & the University) - Final Stage of MA in Public
Administration program. (60 Credits)

About the University

The University of Chichester is a public university located in West Sussex, England, which became a university in 2005. Campuses are based in the city of Chichester and the nearby coastal resort of Bognor Regis and an associate campus for commercial music on the Isle of Wight.

The University of Chichester has 14 departments, with specialisms including Humanities, Sport, Musical Theatre and Education. Its heritage stretches back into the nineteenth century when, in 1839, Bishop Otter College was established. Since 2013, both campuses have seen major expansion-led building works through National Lottery Funding and other funding.

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