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Bachelor of Arts in Public Administration & Management



Bachelor of Public Administration & Management allows you to explore global spaces created by language, culture and diplomacy.


Course Overview

COURSE CODECOURSE NAME
YEAR ISEMESTER I
BPA111Introduction to Public Administration and Management
BPA112Public Finance Administration and Management
BPA113Critical Thinking and Philosophy of Social Sciences
BJC110Communication Skills and Learning Skills for Employability
BIT110Introduction to Information and Communication Technologies
BPA116Theory and Management of Organisations
YEAR ISEMESTER II
IRDS121Introduction to Political Science
BPA122Governance and Public Sector Management
BPA123Decentralization and Local Government Administration
BPA124Organisational Psychology
BPA125Gender in Public Administration and Management
BPA126Political Economy
YEAR IISEMESTER I
BPA211Leadership and Change Management
BPA212Globalization and World Order
BPA213Regional Planning and Management
BPA214New Public Administration and Management
BPA215Environmental Management and Sustainable Development
BPA216Human and Social Services Systems
YEAR IISEMESTER II
BPA221Economics for Public Administration and Management
BPA222Comparative Public Administration
NGO316Resource Mobilization and Grants Administration
RSC001Research Methodology
BPA225Government and Politics in Public Administration
BPA227Internship
YEAR IIISEMESTER I
BBA215Human Resource Management
BPA312Public Policy, Planning Analysis and Management
BPA313Civil Society Development and NGOs Management
BPA314Constitutionalism and Administrative Law
PLM325Public and Private Procurement Management
BPA316Management of Public Enterprises
YEAR IIISEMESTER II
BBA322Project Planning and Management
BPA322Disaster Preparedness and Management
IRDS311Security Studies
BPA324Ethics and Professionalism in Public Administration
BPA325Human Rights and Social Justice
BPA327Research Project
  • To provide an in-depth understanding of the core theories and perspectives underpinning international relations
  • To develop a clear and thorough knowledge of the political, social, economic, historical, and cultural contexts of the international system and its institutions shaping world affairs.
  • To equip candidates with skills necessary to address the concerns of public and private institutions that deal with: Diplomacy, Peace Studies, Security Studies, International Law, International Relations, Conflict Management, International Economics and Development Studies.

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