Curiculum

PROGRAM MASTER (S2)

S2 MAP program is divided into several types as follows:

 

1. Regular Class

Regular class is a class that is intended for the bureaucrats and fresh graduates who want to develop themselves. Class begins onMonday through Friday. Students are not limited to regular classes from Indonesia but also from abroad. Since the beginning of 2008, MAP UGM in cooperation with Timor Leste to send students to study. The amount of credit that must be resolved by the regular classroom students is 48 credits.

Complexities and challenges that continue to grow in the public sector requires a wide variety of specialized skills for professionals working in this sector. For that in regular classes students are given the opportunity to explore specific areas of expertise in accordance with their interests, the challenge of employment and career plan which they will develop after graduating from MAP. Usually the concentration elections after the end of the second semester.

 

Concentrations are offered six *, namely:

a. Governance and Public Policy

b. Policy and Management Autonomy

c. Public Financial Management

d. Human Resource Management

e. Facilities and Asset Management

f. Public Service Management

*) In accordance with the provisions of the Academic

 

2. Special Class

MAP is a program of UGM cooperation with various public institutions. One of the institutions that work together are Bappenas, since 2006. Selection of applicants classes do Bappenas Bappenas RI directly by using the screening based on national standards. Class Bappenas opened once every year.

Concentration developed in this special program will be designed according to the needs of organizations that send students, for example: the concentration of the Education Policy is one of the MAP concentration developed in collaboration with the National Education Training Agency, Jakarta

 

CURRICULUM

1.       Regular Class and Special Class

Semester I

(15 credits = 5 Compulsory Courses + 2 Supporting Courses)

 

No.

Subjects

Character

Credit

1

Concept and Development Issues

W

3

2

Principles of Public Administration

W

3

3

Organizational and Public Management Theory

W

3

4

Economics for Public Policy

W

3

5

Public Policy Analysis

W

3

6

English

PN

0

7

Computer Application

PN

0

 

Semester II

(15 credits = 3 Compulsory Courses + 2 Electives)

 

Compulsory Subjects

No.

Subjects

Character

Credit

1

Process and Public Policy Formulation

W

3

2

Research Methods and Techniques for the Analysis of Public Administration

W

3

3

Issues and Decentralization Policy

W

3

 

Elective Courses

No.

Subjects

Character

Credit

1

Social Cost Benefit Analysis

P

3

2

Political Economy of Development

P

3

3

Issues and Policies Poverty Reduction

P

3

4

Issues and Urban Policy

P

3

5

Crisis Management and Conflict Resolution

P

3

6

Strategic Management for the Public Sector

P

3

7

Human Resource Management

P

3

8

Development Financing

P

3

9

Institutional Development

P

3

10

Project Management Planning

P

3

11

Micro and Macro Economics

P

3

 

Semester III

(12 Credits = 2 Compulsory Courses + 2 Compulsory Subjects Concentration or WK + 1 Supporting Courses or PN)

 

Compulsory Subjects

No.

Subjects

Character

Credit

1

Bureucracy Reform

W

3

2

Entrepreneurship in the Public Sector

W

3

 

Concentration

1)      Governance and Public Policy

No.

Subjects

Character

Credit

1

Governance and Public Policy

WK

3

2

Evaluation and Implementation of Public Policies

WK

3

3

Seminar Proposal

PN

0

 

2)      Management and Regional Autonomy Policy

No.

Subjects

Character

Credit

1

Inter-Institutional Relations and Government

WK

3

2

Management and Regional Financial Policy

WK

3

3

Seminar Proposal

PN

0

 

3)      Human Resource Management

No.

Subjects

Character

Credit

1

Human Resource Management

WK

3

2

Information Technology for Public Sector

WK

3

3

Seminar Proposal

PN

0

 

4)      Public Financial Management

No.

Subjects

Character

Credit

1

Performance Based Budgeting

WK

3

2

Management and Public Finance Policy

WK

3

3

Seminar Proposal

PN

0

 

5)      Asset Management and Facilities

No.

Subjects

Character

Credit

1

Rate Facility and Asset in the Public Sector

WK

3

2

Planning and Sustainability Facility and Asset Management

WK

3

3

Seminar Proposal

PN

0

 

6)      Public Service Management

No.

Subjects

Character

Credit

1

Design of Public Services

WK

3

2

Information Technology for Public Sector

WK

3

3

Seminar Proposal

PN

0

 

 

Semester IV

 

(THESIS = 6 credits - for all concentrations)

 

After completing all the lectures, the new students passed when it has completed a thesis. This thesis is expected to be used as a form of student contribution in mapping and solving various problems encountered in their respective agencies.

 

For that students can lift one of the issues in the area into research themes that correspond to their respective areas of expertise.

 

Total credits = 48 credits

 

 

 

Information:

 

W = Compulsory

 

WK = Mandatory Concentration

 

PN = Support

 

Note:

  1. Each concentration can be held if there are at least 7 students who enter therein. With the 18-month study period, students are required to complete the compulsory subjects, the concentration and choice.
  2. The minimum number of students for elective courses are 5 people and with the provisions of the five elective courses selected.
  3. Implementation Proposal Seminar begins at week 6.

 




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