Compare 2 PhD Programs in Public Administration
A PhD in Public Administration will further qualify the candidate to contribute to the development and establishment of enhanced government systems. The management of public programs, analysis of the programs themselves with openness to alternatives, and the evaluation of officials and public servants are some areas a PhD in Public Administration candidate may encounter. During the time a candidate works toward a PhD in Public Administration, they will deepen their understanding of fundamental topics like Public Personnel Management, Policy Development and Analysis, Budgeting, Ethics and Accountability.
During the minimum of 3-4 years spent completing a PhD in Public Administration, candidates will engage their host university in several meaningful and valuable ways. These may include co-authorship of academic papers, giving lectures and contributing to the administration, or teaching of undergraduate courses. Candidates will also conduct extensive research which results in a dissertation.
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The Doctoral School of Public Administration Sciences was established in 2013. Currently, it is the only doctoral school specializing in the field of public administration in Hungary. The aim of the Doctoral School’s program is to provide postgraduate-level education to professionals (researchers and practitioners) working in the field of public administration.
The University of Nicosia offers Doctoral Programme in Public Administration leading to Doctorate (Ph.D.) in Public Administration.