Master of Arts in Public Management & Governance
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1. Program’s purpose and objectives:
The proposed postgraduate program of study aims to provide high quality education to prospective students in the science of Management as applied in the fields of Education Management and Public Management and Governance. Specifically, it aims to prepare executives who hold or will occupy positions of responsibility in the administration of educational institutions and education in general and to prepare executives working in the Public Sector who wish to increase and develop their qualifications or those who wish to be employed in positions of responsibility in the public and/or private sector.
The general aims of the proposed program are to:
Taking into consideration the purpose and objectives as described above, Larnaca College is offering a carefully structured postgraduate degree with two designated pathways. Each pathway leads to a designated award. The following pathways are available:
The Purpose and objectives of each pathway follow below.
This pathway provides students with expertise in the field of Public Management and Governance with appropriate theoretical and practical knowledge and skills for a professional career in public institutions operating both within and outside Europe, but also in the private sector.
The objectives of this pathways are to:
2. Intended learning outcomes:
The two pathways of the proposed program share a common set of intented learning outcomes. Upon successful completion of this program, the students should be able to:
3. Program’s language of instruction:
English and Greek
4. Detailed curriculum, including the structure of the programme, courses per semester, and the content of each course analytically (in Greek or in English depending on the program’s language of instruction (See Specific Instructions):
The general requirements for admission to the postgraduate program of study are with:
Transfer Credit Evaluation Policy
Transfer credit may be given for post-graduate courses, which have an equivalency at Larnaca College, when earned in an accredited higher education institution or program with graduate admission standards acceptable to Larnaca College, subject to the condition that the modules were at the post-graduate level.
The maximum number of transfer credits cannot exceed 30 ECTS for a 90 ECTS Master’s degree or 40 ECTS for a 120 ECTS Master’s degree. Students applying for transfer credit must file a ‘Transfer Credit Evaluation Form’ at the Department of Enrollment together with a non-refundable fee.
After having completed procedures required for transfer admission, applicants will be given a statement of credits accepted on transfer by the Enrollment Office before they enroll. Transfer credits are not included in the calculation of the student’s GPA.