Doctor in
Public Administration

The Doctor in Public Administration Program is designed for experienced professionals who intend to engage in the practice of public administration.  The program is devoted to bridging the worlds of scholarship and practice. The intention is to spark discussions and stimulate research that improves public and non-profit management in the Philippines and the global community. 

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The complete program curriculum for Doctor in Public Administration

Three (3) to five (5) years after graduation, alumni of Doctor in Public Administration shall: 

  • be competent leaders, managers, public servants, consultants who possess the required professional skills in leadership and management of government agencies and public enterprise; 
  • be professionals who can conduct researches as well as qualitative and quantitative analyses or other problem-solving techniques in their work assignment; and 
  • be sensitive public servants, leaders, managers, and consultants who apply the universal humanistic values that contribute to the growth and development of their community.

By the time of graduation, Doctor in Public Administration students shall have the ability to: 

  • apply concepts, principles, and theories of public administration as those concerning public policy analyses, budgeting, and management of public and non-profit organizations with the aid of information and communication technology in public administration. 
  • analyze, synthesize, think critically, solve problems and make decisions. 
  • communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in written form; and 
  • conduct   public administration researches using qualitative and quantitative techniques 
  • act as a consultant in government and non-government organizations 
  • lead and manage in public and non-profit organizations. 
Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

Three (3) to five (5) years after graduation, alumni of Doctor in Public Administration shall: 

  • be competent leaders, managers, public servants, consultants who possess the required professional skills in leadership and management of government agencies and public enterprise; 
  • be professionals who can conduct researches as well as qualitative and quantitative analyses or other problem-solving techniques in their work assignment; and 
  • be sensitive public servants, leaders, managers, and consultants who apply the universal humanistic values that contribute to the growth and development of their community.
Student Outcomes (SO)

By the time of graduation, Doctor in Public Administration students shall have the ability to: 

  • apply concepts, principles, and theories of public administration as those concerning public policy analyses, budgeting, and management of public and non-profit organizations with the aid of information and communication technology in public administration. 
  • analyze, synthesize, think critically, solve problems and make decisions. 
  • communicate clearly and effectively both orally and in written form; and 
  • conduct   public administration researches using qualitative and quantitative techniques 
  • act as a consultant in government and non-government organizations 
  • lead and manage in public and non-profit organizations. 

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