Department of Public Administration
Established to train students into being creative leaders who proactively lead to societal change for national development.
The Department of Public Administration aims to guide the students in order to become the future leaders that make a difference in our society. The roles of the government and the public policies have expanded within the fast-paced and globalized society today, which have become increasingly diversified. The Department of Public Administration offers various courses where the students can explore the theories about public administration and policies, while they learn about different applications and cases in the real world. The students will learn about and develop skills that are related to organization and leadership, human resource management, non-profit and public management, budgets and finance, the policy-making process, and the implementation of public policies via the core curriculum. The courses in the Department of Public Administration cover a wide variety of topics, which range from public corporate management, politics and policies, to big data and analyses. The curriculum and the courses that are offered reflect the interdisciplinary nature of the field, which are well-equipped to guide students in order to be educated in various arenas in regards to public management and public policy.
Train the students to become professionals and future leaders who can contribute to the community and make a difference in our society.
Develop skills and the ability to think critically, flexibly, and collaborate with others.
Career Path after Graduation
Graduates from the Department of Public Administration have increased in numbers and diversity in regards to careers over the years. Graduates from our department explore different career paths in the public sector, the private sectors, academia, and non-profit organizations.
Many graduates explore opportunities in the public sector by working as government officials, policy analysts, and other positions in public organizations. Also, many students pursue graduate degrees in order to choose a career in academia and research at different educational institutions and research organizations.
Some graduates also explore opportunities in other fields, which include law, non-profit organizations, and the private sector.