A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.
Administration programs help students find jobs in the business sector or in public services. Some students may enter the workforce with a bachelor’s degree, while others may choose to pursue a master’s or doctoral degree for more advanced positions.
TransAtlantic Masters is a unique, international master program that prepares graduates for careers in business, administration, diplomacy, policy formulation and researc
TransAtlantic Master TransAtlantic Masters is a unique, international masters program that prepares graduates for careers in business, administration, diplomacy, policy formulation and research.
The full-time program consists of four semesters, during which students study at up to three of the program's partner universities: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill |University of Bath | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Freie Universität Berlin | Univerzita Karlova v Praze | Sciences Po, Paris | Università degli Studi di Siena The Department of Social Science of the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin and the Freie Universität zu Berlin's Otto Suhr Institut für Politikwissenschaft operate the Berlin modules of the program. Should you have any questions, please contact us....
For experts on science & research, foundations, parliaments, civil service, associations, international organisations, non-governmental organisations, opinion researc
For experts on science & research, foundations, parliaments, civil service, associations, international organizations, non-governmental organizations, opinion research centers, political consulting, journalism, public relations.
New Educational Dimensions for the Management of Politics, Administration, and Organizations
The public sector finds itself in one of the most important phases of transformation in the history of modern statehood. The following examples are indicative of this profound change:
new global and regional interdependence;
the call for more efficient and more citizen-oriented administrative management;
debates about privatization, public-private partnerships, or de-bureaucratization;
the introduction of Electronic Government;
the crisis of confidence in public institutions, with issues concerning ethical standards and new forms of political communication. This doesn't just include public, communal, and international administration, but rather public enterprises, non-government organizations, non-profit organizations, and political authorities such as alliances, parties, and parliaments.