Public administration

Trajectories:
  • Business law
  • Commercial and financial law
  • International law
  • Criminal law and justice
  • Social justice
  • Common law

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

The purpose of the program is to train professionals to work in government agencies, state corporations and foundations, budgetary institutions, research, expert-analytical and non-profit organizations, as well as commercial companies that often interact with the state.


The high quality of the master's degree program, the teaching of disciplines by leading specialists and civil servants who hold senior positions, make the program unique and unique

Areas of competence

Participate in research on policies and programs
Know and understand the processes of problem analysis, formulation, implementation management, and evaluation of policies and programs. Use analytical tools to collect, analyze, present, and interpret data, and know and understand relevant concepts and methods.


Develop skills in strategic planning, leadership, and management
To analyze, to synthesize, to think critically, solve problems and make decisions. Evaluate the internal and external organizational environment. Understand and apply organization theory, management concepts, and behavior. Master the basics of human resources management, financial management, information management and application of new information technologies. To prepare projects feasibility studies, policy documents and decisions. Manage projects and contracts. Possess effective communication skills.


Understand the basics of providing public goods and services
Know and understand the basics of federalism and the division of powers, the mechanisms of interaction between authorities at different levels. To apply the model of government. Understand the principles and fundamentals of public service organization and its prospects. Establish networks and partnerships, work with governmental and non-governmental organizations, and active social groups. Identify opportunities, promote solutions, and analyze and evaluate policy outcomes.


Understand the basics of public policy
Distinguish between the short-term and long-term effects of programs and policy decisions.

Practice and internship

Today, the state and municipal administration program has a decent pool of organizations and employers interested in master's degree graduates and ready to actively participate in the organization of student practices. And not only short-term practices for the spring period, but also with the possibility of working in the summer and employment in the future. The program also actively expands international cooperation with leading universities in the world and provides an opportunity, if you have a good English language, to complete an internship in the United States and other countries.

Employment of graduates

  • Public service
  • State corporations and foundations
  • Budgetary institutions
  • International public sector companies
  • Non-profit organizations
  • Scientific research and expert-analytical organizations
  • Public organizations
  • Educational establishments
  • State-owned commercial companies
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