Master of Arts (Public Policy & Administration)
The Master in Public Policy and Administration program equips future decision-makers with the knowledge and practical skills to make sound International policy decisions. The course aims to provide comprehensive analysis of various streams in international affairs like conflict resolution, diplomacy, human rights, international finance and international law. This programme student acquires the substantive knowledge, practical skills and real-world experience to address the big issues of international affairs. The curriculum integrates extensive experiential learning, including capstone workshop projects with organizations around the world. Students pursue a customizable core curriculum, including a wide range of courses on international politics and political economy. Students also choose from a broad range of majors: International Security Policy, International Finance and Economic Policy, Economic and Political Development, Human Rights and Humanitarian Policy, Energy and Environment, and Urban and Social Policy.
- International Environmental Policy
- Development and Socio-Economic Policies
- South Asian Policy of Government of India
- Personnel Management and Industrial Policy
- International Finance and Economic Policy
- Economic and Political Development
- Human Rights and Humanitarian Policy
- Energy & Environment
|Total Fees Per Year||INR 75,000|
|Total Admission Charges
|Total Course fees
100% on Tuition Fees
8.5 CGPA or Equivalent
50% on Tuition Fees (Max 25 Seats)
8.0 – 8.49 CGPA or Equivalent
All scholarship will be on Year 1 Tuition Fee only
Public policy and international affairs is a vast career field with several opportunities for individuals. Careers in public policy revolve around issues related to environment, sustainability, urban development, infrastructure and general policy related matters. The careers may range from working around the world in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors and getting involved in diplomacy and international policy. Other possible positions include becoming an analyst with a think tank, working in the public sphere, or working for various international businesses.
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