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Natália Morales

Natália Morales

Máster en Políticas Públicas y de Gestión - MSc

  • Modalidad de impartición
    El Máster en Políticas Públicas y de Gestión - MSc es impartido en modalidad presencial.
  • Número de horas
    La duración de este programa puede tardar 12 meses full-time, 24 meses part-time o 60 meses basado en módulos.
  • Titulación oficial
    El programa emitirá titulación oficial consistente con Máster en Políticas Públicas y de Gestión - MSc.
  • Valoración del programa
    Cada vez más Universidades alrededor del mundo están apostándole a la educación superior especializada a nivel de Máster y posgrados debido al creciente nivel de competitividad presente en el mercado laboral. A partir de este punto, la Universidad de Glasgow ofrece a la comunidad académica el Máster en Políticas Públicas y de Gestión - MSc con la finalidad de preparar al profesional interesado en cuanto a las diferentes perspectivas que surgen a raíz de la manera cómo se gestionan los movimientos políticos y los cambios gubernamentales tendientes al mejoramiento de la calidad de vida de las personas.
  • Precio del curso
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  • Dirigido a
    El programa está dirigido fundamentalmente a profesionales interesados en el área administrativa y organizativa de las políticas públicas, que cumplan satisfactoriamente los requisitos exigidos por la Universidad.
  • Empleabilidad
    El egresado puede laborar como miembro de la junta directiva de cualquier institución estatal, presentado proyectos de regeneración urbana, investigación política y propuestas de desarrollo económico.

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    Máster en Políticas Públicas y de Gestión - MSc


    El Máster en Políticas Públicas y de Gestión le dotará de las aptitudes y conocimientos necesarios para poder contribuir a la formación y evaluación de políticas y al diseño y desarrollo de organizaciones públicas.
    • If you work, or would like to work, in the public sector or other organisations involved with public policy, this programme will help you understand both the organisational challenges that face public agencies, and the processes of policy formation and delivery.
    • The programme is delivered by staff within the School of Social & Political Sciences who share an interest in understanding and influencing public policy.
    • There is significant input from industry, including teaching on some courses, guest lectures and seminars. Our contributors include Scottish and local government, and organisations engaged in delivering policy.
    • Glasgow is a fantastic laboratory within which to study policy making and delivery in action. The city is seen as an object-lesson in public-sector led revival while Scotland established its own Parliament just over ten years ago.
    Programme overview
    • MSc: 12 months full-time; 24 months part-time, up to 60 months on modular route
    • PgDip: 9 months full-time; 21 months part-time
    You will study three core courses, as well as optional courses chosen from a range in urban studies, management and other selected courses offered at the University. You will also write a dissertation on a topic of your choice, under the guidance of a specialist supervisor.

    Core courses
    • Public policy for public managers
    • Managing change and innovation 
    • Professional development and reflective practice.
    Optional courses include
    • Assessing the impacts of social networks on organisational performance
    • Community planning and participation
    • Evaluation for public policy
    • Economic development and employment
    • Managing work & employee participation
    • Project management
    • Public policy & fiscal austerity
    • Strategic management & decision making
    • Strategy dynamics.
    Career prospects
    Career opportunities include management roles related to policy development and review within government agencies, the private sector, voluntary and charitable organisations. 
    Entry requirements
    Entry requirements for postgraduate taught programmes are a 2.1 Honours degree or equivalent qualification (for example, GPA 3.0 or above) in a relevant subject.

    English language
    If your first language is not English, the University sets a minimum English Language proficiency level.
    Programme Structure
    The MSc requires the completion of 120 credits of taught courses and a dissertation based on independent research (60 credits). Within the taught element, the core modules represent 80 credits while options represent 40 credits, giving substantial scope for students to specialise and pursue particular interests. It is also possible for students to enrol for (or exit with) the Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) in Public Policy and Management. This involves completing the taught elements of the programme only.

    Core courses
    • Public Policy for Public Managers (30 credits)
    • Managing Change and Innovation (30 credits)
    • Professional Development and Reflective Practice (20 credits)
    Options
    Students can select from the wide range of 10 or 20 credit courses on public policy and management or from courses on closely related subjects offered within the College of Social Sciences. Options total 40 credits.
    • Assessing the Impacts of Social Networks on Organisational Performance
    • Community Planning and Participation
    • Evaluation for Public Policy
    • Economic Development and Employment
    • Managing Work & Employee Participation
    • Project Management
    • Public Policy & Fiscal Austerity
    • Strategic Management & Decision Making
    • Strategy Dynamics
    Please note that Assessing the Impacts of Social Networks on Organisational Performance cannot be taken with Managing Work and Employee Participation due to timetabling restrictions.

    Dissertation
    The MSc dissertation makes up 60 credits. Students prepare for this task by undertaking a Research Methods & Dissertation Design module. They work up a detailed proposal and receive feedback on an initial literature review and methods essay. The dissertation is supported throughout by a supervisor.

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