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Certificate in Public Administration and Governance
In response to the growing labour market, we have designed a program that shapes students into strong candidates with transferable skills, such as leadership, managing projects, employee management, team building, and understanding ethical responsibilities and financial reports within public and non-profit organizations.
The study of public administration and governance will serve to either advance your career in the public sector or foster a seamless transition into the public sector. Each of our varied courses aims to encourage future leaders to analyze discrepancies in today’s current public operations, develop hands-on experience and gain a competitive edge, and find innovative strategies to achieve long-term success for organizations.Program Outline Course Schedule
Type: Certificate Courses: 10 Credits: 30 Schedule: Full-time or Part-time Time: Evenings, Mon-Thurs Delivery: Online Unit: Administration and Governance Questions? info.conted [at] mgill.ca
The study of public administration and governance will serve to either advance your career in the public sector or foster a seamless transition into the public sector. Each of our varied courses aims to encourage future leaders to analyze discrepancies in today’s current public operations, develop hands-on experience and gain a competitive edge, and find innovative strategies to achieve long-term success for organizations.
The program will prepare you to:
- Navigate public and non-profit organizations
- Successfully manage organizational teams
- Understand financial statements, budgets, costing, and responsible accounting
- Plan, schedule, and develop projects
- Interpret the legal and ethical issues relevant to Canada’s public services
- Communicate effectively in the workplace
- Facilitate strategic thinking and planning in organizations in response to changing conditions
- Apply group dynamics to problem solving and decision making
Certificate (Cert.) Public Administration and Governance (30 credits)
The Certificate in Public Administration and Governance focuses on public service management, organization, and prioritization of day-to-day functions for people in management and for other stakeholders who work cooperatively and productively with others, including the needs of clients who use services in the public sector. A strong emphasis is placed on integrating the important current issues and policies that affect the day-to-day operating, decisions, systems and finances in a public organization.
|CGMG 210||(3)||Fundamentals of Project Management|
|CGMG 305||(3)||Managing in Public and Non-Profit Organizations|
|CORG 225||(3)||Foundation of Organizational Behaviour and Administration|
|CORG 420||(3)||Human Resource Management: Theory and Practice|
|CPAG 220||(3)||Fundamentals of Public Finance, Budgeting and Reporting|
|CPAG 225||(3)||Foundations of Public Regulations and Ethics in Public Sector|
|CPAG 300||(3)||Lean Operational Practices in Public Services|
|CPAG 305||(3)||Current Issues in Public Sector Administration|
|CPAG 400||(3)||Diversity and Cross Cultural Management|
|CPAG 410||(3)||Strategic Planning and Implementation|
Priority will be given to First Nations, Inuit and Métis students.
-Applicants must hold a CEGEP diploma (DCS/DEC or equivalent)
-Applicants 21 years of age and older may be admitted as mature participants