GMPA Public Management
The <Master’s Degree Program in Public Management and Public Sector Reforms> program consists of 6 modules and 4 special activities modules. The 10 modules will deliver the academic contents systematically and in an in-depth manner.
2. Course Introduction
To learn fundamental theories of public management and understand the methods to apply for work-site operations, and build the capacity of evidence-based policy making and evaluation, <Social Research Methods of Public Administration>, and <Statistical Analysis of Public Administration> courses are offered.
For students who do not have sufficient knowledge about statistics, <Basic Statistics> is provided during the preliminary session as a pre-course.
<Theories of Global Public Administration> and <Theories of Global Public Policy and Institution> courses will make students understand public administration and public policy.
(1) Basic Theories
• Theories of Global Public Administration
• Theories of Global Public Policy and Institution
• Social Research Methods of Public Administration
• Statistical Analysis of Public Administration
• Reading & Research I
Advanced courses on organization management, personnel management, public economics, local government, and policy process are offered based on the fundamental theories and methodology.
(1) Organization Management
• Organization and Public Administration
• Government and Transparency
• Topics in Public Administration (Public Sector Reforms in South Korea)
(2) Personal Management
• Public Personnel Administration
• Global Leadership and Public Ethics
• Political Economics of Development
• Financial Regulation and Policy Implication
• Public Administration and Business
(4) Local Government
• Public Policy and Community Well-being
• Central-Local Relations
(5) Policy Process
• International Development and Program Evaluation
• Evidence-Based Public Policy and Management
• Development Policies in the Global Context
• AI Policy in the Developing Countries: Needs and Alternatives
• Data Analytics and Sustainable Development for Developing Countries
• Government and Market
• Comparative Administrative Law
• A Seminar on Public Safety Policy
• Global Comparative Politics
• US Foreign Policy
• Advanced Seminar on Institutional and Governance Reform