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The Public Policy and Management program is designed to provide student with the knowledge and skills required for professionals working in both the public and private sectors. These include social and general administration, local economic development, tourism and recreation, transport and town planning, public private partnership, housing, criminal justice and health care.

Program Outline
This program will help student to develop student's understanding of wide range of public and voluntary sector policy and management issues. It will also enable student to develop skills and knowledge relevant to careers involving partnerships between public, private and voluntary sectors. Student will investigate the economic, social and political forces which influence public policy and give rise to conflicts between achievement of economic, environmental and social objectives. In addition to the policy and management issues facing the public sector, student will also focus on its relationship with the private and voluntary sectors. Considerable emphasis is also given to understanding public policy implications for urban and rural life.

Subject Guide
This course covers Issues in New Public Management; Managing Urban Problems; Theories of Public Service; Managing Public Services; Public Policy Analysis and Research Techniques; Strategic Management for Public Services; Financial and Resource Management in the Public Sector; Business Law and Ethics; Managing the Publics Health; Local Economic Development Policy; International Governance; Social and Political Studies; and Optional Modules.

Career Prospects
Graduates of this program have a wide range of public and private sectors and into post graduate research. Graduates of this program are employed in variety of areas as graduate management, graduate management trainee, trainee chartered accountants, children's planning officer, recruitment manager, policy and planning officer, finance and commercial managers, graduate trainees, business analyst etc.

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