A Master of Public Administration (MPA) is a professional graduate degree that covers the issues and processes involved in public services and the administration involved. Gaining an MPA will prepare you to serve as a manager within the sector, working at a higher level with more responsibility. You will play an important role in the effective planning, development and implementation of governmental and organisational policies.
When studying for a Master of Public Administration (MPA) you will build on the knowledge you gained at undergraduate level, allowing you to develop your skills and advance your abilities. Modules you might study include:
- Inequality and Poverty
- Social Impact of Policies
- Public Financial Management
- Public Leadership and Development
- Conflict, Cooperation and Security