MAÎTRE DE L'ADMINISTRATION PUBLIQUE

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Description du programme

Le Master of Public Administration (MPA), qui met l'accent sur une approche comparative de la politique et des institutions nationales, prépare les étudiants à aborder les principales questions de politique nationale et à gérer des organisations aux États-Unis et dans d'autres pays du monde.

Les étudiants développent des compétences analytiques qualitatives et quantitatives, une connaissance approfondie d'une concentration politique et des compétences professionnelles pour relever les défis du monde réel en matière de politique et de gestion.

Le programme MPA est le mieux adapté pour les jeunes professionnels titulaires d'un baccalauréat et 3-5 ans de travail pertinent ou d'expérience de stage de fond.

Mis à jour le Sept. 2020

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Columbia University's School of International Affairs was founded in 1946 in the aftermath of World War II. Emphasizing practical training, the School's mission was to foster understanding of geograph ... Continuer

Columbia University's School of International Affairs was founded in 1946 in the aftermath of World War II. Emphasizing practical training, the School's mission was to foster understanding of geographic regions of vital interest and to prepare diplomats, officials, and other professionals to meet the complex needs of the postwar world. The School originated in dynamic regional institutes that drew on Columbia's renowned resources in history, economics, political science, linguistics, and other fields, showing an interdisciplinary vision considered bold for its day. During the 1950s and 1960s, the School expanded in scope and depth. SIA, as it was then called, developed a national and international reputation as a leading center for educational and research programs in area studies, security, and international relations. By 1967, the School was home to eight regional institutes, covering nearly every corner of the globe. Originally housed in a row of brownstones, the School moved to a new building on Columbia University's east campus in 1971. Réduire