MASTER IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Curriculum: 40 units
10 units core courses
3 units general course
15 units out of the following specialization:
• Organization Studies
• Fiscal Management
• Public Policy Studies
• Local and Regional Governance
• Public Enterprise Management
• Social Reform and Development Management
• Voluntary Sector Management
6 units of cognate courses
3 units for Thesis Proposal

3 units for Thesis

BACHELOR OF OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Curriculum: 141 units
General education Subjects– 54 units
Public Administration– 57 units
Special Core– 12 units
Electives– 12 units
Practicum/Internship– 6 units
PE– 8 units
NTSP– 6 units

CERTIFICATE OF PROFICIENCY IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
( NON-DEGREE PROGRAM)
Curriculum: 12 units
3 units General Subject
9 units out of any of the 8 specialization in PA

CERTIFICATE IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
(Ladder-type Program )
Curriculum: 12 units
     - Core Courses (3 units): PA 200
     - Major Courses (6 units): Select 2 of the 7 clustered specialization
     - Cognates (3 units): Select one subject from any of the 7 specialization

DIPLOMA OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
(Ladder-type Program)
Curriculum: 18 units
     - Core Courses (3 units): PA 200
     - Major Courses (9 units): Select 3 subjects from any of the 7 specializations
     - Cognates (6 units): Select 2 subjects from any of the 7 specialization

Note:
     The scheduling of the Certificate and Diploma courses may be simultaneous with the Masters courses or be scheduled in other schedules provided the 54 hour-requirement per subject is met.
     Other courses may be credited for Certificate and Diploma courses in lieu of the identified courses subject to the approval of the evaluation committee formed by the Director of the Institute of Public Administration.