The objective of this baseline research is to assess degree awarding master’s level Public Policy and Governance programs across the country in terms of faculty, curriculum, students, administration and infrastructure, and articulate institutional capacity building and faculty training needs for the program. Assessment will be conducted of all partners of GINI across the country.
Public Policy and Governance cover a broad area. Thus programs usually evolve their own area of expertise tailoring the curriculum according to the conception of governance supported by program’s philosophy, faculty expertise, staff and institutional resources. The research covers degree awarding master’s level programs in Public Policy, Public Administration and Governance for all network members of GINI. These programs will include Masters, M.Phil and degree awarding Executive Education programs