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Why Study at BSCM
Diploma in Public Administration
Public Administration is a postgraduate level recognised qualification suitable for learners to gain skills in public service administration.
Public service managers face an increasing pace of change, combined with pressures to deliver more with less, navigate a complex policy context and enhance performance while sustaining public service values. Designed for professionals in public and non-profit organisations who provide strong and comprehensive support.
This Level 7 Diploma qualification will equip you to meet these challenges.
You will study three aspects of public administration:
The policy process, within which public services are developed.
The organisational and human context through which public services are delivered.
The wider social, economic and political environment that shapes public service demands and constraints.
You will learn how to analyse complex public management problems, lead change effectively, and develop your ability to manage through networks and partnerships. You will be able to shape and deliver the public services of the future and move into more strategic roles in a wide range of organisations.
Learners must possess:
An honours degree in related subject or UK level 6 diploma or an equivalent overseas qualification
Mature learners with management experience (learners must check with the delivery centre regarding this experience prior to registering for the programme)
Learners must be 21 years old or older at the beginning of the course
English requirements: If a learner is not from a majority English-speaking country must provide evidence of English language competency.
Diplomas on the Regulated Qualifications Framework (RQF) are at the same level as master’s degrees. However, they are shorter (120 credits) and learners will have to proceed to the dissertation stage (60 credits) with university to achieve a full masters programme
Managing and Leading in the Public Sector (20 credits)
Public Service Reform and Innovation (20 credits)
Police and Politics – Theory and Analysis (20 credits)Managing Public Finance (20 credits)
Managing Public Sector Projects (20 credits)
Advanced Research Methods (20 credits)