Starting from 1998 “Public administration management” professionals were prepared in Industrial Technology Department (by the name of that time) of School of Computer Science and Management of MUST, based on the order number 84 of 1996 of the Minister of Education, Culture, and Science.
Today, the program holds Bachelor, Master, and Doctor (Ph. D) programs in “Public administration” (the program name was changed to “Public administration” by the statement number A/52 of 2017 of Minister of Education, Culture, and Science) according to the order number A/78 and A/370 of the 12th of September, 2014 of the Minister of Education and Science and the order number A/123 of 2014 of the Rector of MUST.
STUDY ORIENTATION OF THE PROGRAM:
Bachelor for Public administration (D041303)
Course form: Day
Completion period: 3,5-4 years
Credit hours: 121 cr
Master for Public administration (Е04130301)
Public administration (Master of research, professional master)
Public administration management (Master of research)
Local governance (Master of research)
Course form: Day
Completion period: 1,5-2 жил
Credit hours: Master of research - 34 cr, professional master – 36 cr
Doctor of Public administration (F04130301)
Course form: Day, correspondence course
Completion period: 3-4 years
Credit hours: 60 cr
Rooting on the master purpose “… to create and develop humanitarian, civil democratic society in our country” of the Constitution of Mongolia, the program purpose resides in preparing high educated professionals, who possess knowledge of public policy, theory, and methods; and wide range of knowledge and practical skills of public office and public service.
PROFESSIONAL DEFINITION OF PROGRAM:
Preparing Public Administration professionals who are professionally ethical, responsible, and proficient in communication skills; also, who possess all the planned program contents, diverse knowledge and skills of social, legislative, and management science; and, who are able to identify and formulate public administration problems, to develop strategic plans, to organize their implementations, to apply legislative norms, and to make solutions and executions.
PROGRAM SIGNIFICANCE AND ADVANTAGES:
MUST is the first university who prepared “Public Administration” Bachelor degree professionals in Mongolia.
The profession can serve in all public, civil, private, and international organizations.
Market demand and reputation of this profession are rising up continuously.
Locally accredited program
Skilled and professional faculty
Vacancies are guaranteed in civil services
Opportunities to do practice abroad
PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS TO BE POSSESSED:
Knowledge to be possessed by professionals:
Theories of public administration, policy study, civil society, local governance, civil service ethics, legislations related to public governance, state budget, and theoretical and practical knowledge of public finance.
Skills to be possessed by professionals:
Public administration professionals shall obtain skills to manage, organize, plan, control, lead, process policy documents, analyze problems, and to make proper solutions to them.
PROFESSIONALS’ WORKING FIELD AND INSTITUTIONS:
All levels of public institutions
PROFESSION’S FUTURE PROSPECTS:
The profession is appropriately one of the sustainable professions, for being an accomplished and ethical civil servant who meets the requirements of “Good governance to facilitate human development” defined in the National Development Policy of Mongolia, and who can serve in Public agencies – Business organizations – International organizations.
D.Bayanmunkh Doctor (Ph.D), Head of Human Resource Department, National Academy
Of Governance (alumni of 2006)
G.Gantugs Doctor (Ph.D), Associate Professor of School of Business administration
and humanities, MUST (alumni of 2002)
LECTURERS OF THE PROGRAM:
Head of Division
Ya. Tuguldur Doctor (Ph.D), associate professor
B.Dolgor Doctor (Ph.D), associate professor
Associate professor in charge of the program
D.Odmaa Doctor (Ph.D), associate professor
D.Tsogzolmaa Doctor (Ph.D), associate professor
J.Nyamaa Doctor (Ph.D), associate professor
A.Bolormaa Doctor (Ph.D)