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Master in Public Administration in the Philippines
The Master in Public Administration program (MPA) is designed to provide students with a strong foundation of administrative concepts, processes and techniques related to the management of public institutions.

The program is intended for administrators, policy makers and managers of public and private organizations who would like to broaden their understanding and professional perspectives of the practical dimensions of administration.

Admission requirements for Master in Public Administration in the Philippines

•Must have recommendation from college dean of previous course and former college professor •Original copy of Transcript of Records (TOR) for all degrees earned (original and duplicate) •Must take and pass the Graduate Admission test or College Entrance Exam •Must have most recent medical and dental health record

•Must have a Service Record or Employment history
•Must have a copy of NSO certified birth certificate
•Must have a certificate of good moral character
•Must have a copy of high school diploma
•One 2”x 2” copy of latest photo
•Letter of application

Duration of Master in Public Administration program in the Philippines

The Master in Public Administration program takes 3 years to complete.

Subjects included in the Master in Public Administration program

•Resource Generation and Financial Management in the Voluntary Sector •Voluntary Sector Management and the Development of Civil Society •Special Problems in Local Government and Regional Administration •Strategic Planning and Management in the Voluntary Sector •Urban and Metropolitan Administration and Development

•Quantitative Methods in Public Policy and Administration •Human Resources Management in the Voluntary Sector
•Special Problems in Voluntary Sector Management
•Theory and Practice of Public Administration
•Research Methods in Public Administration
•Public Policy and Program...
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