The first-of-its-kind, completely online Master of Public Management and Governance programme from the University of Johannesburg offers an unparalleled opportunity to advance in leadership in your community and workplace.
Develop in-depth knowledge to demonstrate specialized leadership. Gain analytical and management competencies at a Master’s level to perform advanced tasks in the professional sector.
Evaluate highly complex problems independently, write high-level texts, and apply research methods and techniques to provide scientific solutions.
This programme requires no travel and no face-to-face sessions, allowing you to earn credits at your own pace while fulfilling personal and professional obligations. Complete the programme in a minimum of two years.
Let’s get started! The admission process is the first step toward advancing your career. Familiarize yourself with these requirements for the Master of Public Management and Governance online programme, along with information on required documentation
- Students in the Master of Public Management and Governance online programme may be recruited from a cohort of students who have these qualifications:
- An Honours Degree (NQF level 8) in public management and governance or a similar recognized qualification (substitutes include an appropriate postgraduate diploma or a 480-credit bachelor’s degree with a minimum of 120 credits at level 8 with a public administration or public management as major modules)
- A minimum average of 65% in the major modules of a bachelor’s programme
- Three years of mid-level managerial working experience in a public sector environment
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Reasons to Enrol in a UJ Online Programme
Our online programmes are carefully designed to make earning an accredited university qualification possible for students from all walks of life.
Students benefit from the rigor and faculty instruction of a traditional programme, made accessible online.
- No travel required
- 6 start dates per year
- Pay per module
- Fully supported
- Work and learn
COMPULSORY MODULES - 90 CREDITS
Research Methodology of Public Management and Governance and Research Proposal A (15 credits)
Research Methodology of Public Management and Governance and Research Proposal B (15 credits)
Africa & Sustainability: Governance Frameworks and Applications A (10 credits)
Africa & Sustainability: Governance Frameworks and Applications B (10 credits)
Good Governance & Sustainability in Africa A (10 credits)
Good Governance & Sustainability in Africa B (10 credits)
Policy Evaluation Theories, Systems and Processes A (10 credits)
Policy Evaluation Theories, Systems and Processes B (10 credits)
MINOR DISSERTATION MODULES - 90 CREDITS
Minor Dissertation A (22.5 credits)
Minor Dissertation B (22.5 credits)
Minor Dissertation C (22.5 credits)
Minor Dissertation D (22.5 credits)
Registration and Start Dates
Registration starts in January and lectures in February for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate course work programmes.
All research programmes for Masters and PhD can register throughout the year.
End Date: Academic starts in January and ends in December. Programme deadline is determined by the duration of the programme.