Program Highlights

Distinctive Features

  • Skills-based Curriculum that blends theoretical, skills specific and real life experiences into an integrated module.
  • A Motivational instructional method develops Leadership Skills empowered to combine professional skills with natural instincts to excel and lead.
  • Driven by the logic of Technological Change, implying the future of any organization – public, private or non-profit would be affected by technology. The Current trends in information technology and their possible usage to further policy objectives would be explored.

Instructional Methods

Most courses offered are 3 credit hours each but may have different methods of instruction including classroom lectures, lab sessions or interactive seminars, depending upon the nature of the course. The lecture course consists of two 1½ hour lectures a week. The lab course will have one class a week comprising of 3 hour lab sessions, while the seminar courses will have a 3 hour class every week organized according to the prerogative of the instructor.

Career Prospects

Upon completion of the degree, the graduates will be able to enhance and consolidate their careers in numerous arenas including potential experts of a specific or set of public policies, program coordinators for provincial and local governments, inter-agency managers, data and policy analysts, and government liaison managers for private businesses. The program aims to sharpen the skills and knowledge of program participants bringing change in attitude, orientation and leadership qualities.