Public Administration (Research): Institutional Change and Reform, 2010-2011
This part of the e-prospectus provides all the information on the Public Administration Research Master Program.
First Year Research Master Students have to participate in all the courses named in the First Year tab. Only in block IV they have to choose one course (see the e-prospective of the tracks of Master Public Administration for possible courses) besides the two courses (Democratic Institutions East and West & Politics of Bureaucracy) named in the First Year tab.
Second Year Research Master Students have to participate all the courses named in the Second Year tab. Besides this, in block II they have to choose two courses of the tracks of Master Public Administration. In block III, students only have to participate in two courses. In block IV students finish their thesis, they do not have to participate in any courses in that block.
|Politics of Bureaucracy2||2||IV||5||600|
|Core Course: State of the Art - Public Institutions||1||I||5||500|
|Core course: State of the Art - Public Policy||1||I||5||500|
|Building Democratic Institutions East and West||1||II||5||500|
|Strategies and methods of qualitative policy inquiry||1||II||5||600|
|Institutions and Institutionalism II: Organizational Perspectives||1||II||5||600|
|Core course: State of the Art - Public Values||2||III||5||500|
|Core course: State of the Art - Public Management||2||III||5||500|
|Comparative Fiscal Systems||1||I||5||600|
|Bureaucracy, Democracy and Public Choice||2||III||5||500|
|Philosophy of Science||2||III||5||600|
Some courses of the Research Master are shared with the Master Public Adminstration. Students of the Research Master participate in these courses but have to do either an extra assignment or a bigger assignment then do the students of the Master Public Administration. Please contact the coordinator at the start of the course to make arrangements.