Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Students of this course extend and build upon their professional experience via a combination of coursework, a relevant choice of electives and a research dissertation. Students undertake advanced study and reflection on theory and practice in the professional field of public administration and public policy, while drawing on, and extending, their professional experience and expertise. Students choose a real-world public administration problem to explore as a research project and are encouraged to do so in the context of their own workplace, organisation or community. Students will graduate from the program having made a unique contribution to professional practice in the field of public administration.
Standard entry requirements
- Before a candidate is admitted to the Doctor of Public Administration, the Faculty must be satisfied that it is able to supervise the candidate's proposed dissertation and that the candidate satisfies the following admission requirements: Holds at minimum a Bachelor degree and a post-Bachelor Honours year by research, or a Master or Graduate Diploma degree of 1 to 2 years full-time duration in a relevant field with a credit or greater average and evidence of having performed in some subjects relevant to the proposed study at Distinction level or above
- Has five years of professional practice in a relevant area
- Provides evidence of capacity for independent research under the guidance of a supervisory panel at the doctoral level and relevant professional development
- And provides evidence of superior professional performance both intellectually and technically. A requirement for proceeding to the research component of the degree is completion of the coursework component of the degree and the acceptance and approval of a research proposal and research plan by the course convener
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