An M.A. in Public Administration (MPA) equips you with the knowledge and skills to navigate the complexities of government and non-profit organisations. Here’s a breakdown of the key aspects:

Course Details:

Duration of this course is typically 2 years and the program involves a mix of coursework, seminars, case studies, group projects, and potentially a final thesis or comprehensive exam.


Core Courses: Public Policy Analysis, Public Administration Theory, Organisational Behaviour, Budgeting & Financial Management, Human Resource Management in Public Sector.

Elective Courses: Depending on the university, you might have a wide range of electives to choose from, such as:

Non-profit Management

Urban Planning

Environmental Policy

Public Health Administration

Social Welfare Policy

Technology & Public Administration


Bachelor’s Degree: A Bachelor’s degree in any discipline is typically required. Some universities might prefer candidates with social science backgrounds (Political Science, Public Administration, Sociology etc.).

Minimum Marks: The minimum percentage requirement for marks can vary depending on the university. It usually ranges from 50% to 60%. Some universities might consider entrance exams for admission.

At SPICA, you can find all types of UG, PG, Diploma, PG Diploma, and certificate programs in the distance and online education modes. Enrolling in distance or online education courses via the SPICA, you can get UGC-approved degree certificates along with A+ grade mark sheets from your enrolled University. Also, we provide the students with exclusive online education courses, live sessions, and other educational benefits.

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