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The Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA) degree is one of several Bachelor's level management degrees that provides training in the public policy field as well as public management. A bachelor's degree in public administration provides a background for those interested in pursuing careers in governmental agencies, non-governmental organizations, management in hospitals or public health institution, consulting in private firms, school boards, and human resources. 

BPA programs focus on public administration at the local, state/provincial, national/federal and supranational levels, as well as in the nonprofit sector. Through its history, the BPA degree has become more interdisciplinary by drawing from fields such as economics, management, sociology, political science, and regional planning in order to equip BPA graduates with skills and knowledge covering a broad range of topics and disciplines relevant to the public sector. 

Course Entry Requirements

Subjects for Admission


Essential Subjects (X3) [?]
Agriculture
Arabic
Biology
Chemistry
Christian Religious Education
Clothing And Textiles
Computer Studies
Economics
Engineering Metalwork
Entrepreneurship Education
Fine Art
Foods And Nutrition
French
General Paper
Geography
Geometrical And Building Drawing
Geometrical And Mechanical Drawing
German
History
Islamic Religious Education
Kiswahili
Latin
Literature In English
Mathematics
Music
Physics
Subsidiary Mathematics
WoodWork

Relevant Subjects (X2) [?]
Agriculture
Arabic
Biology
Chemistry
Christian Religious Education
Clothing And Textiles
Computer Studies
Economics
Engineering Metalwork
Entrepreneurship Education
Fine Art
Foods And Nutrition
French
General Paper
Geography
Geometrical And Building Drawing
Geometrical And Mechanical Drawing
German
History
Islamic Religious Education
Kiswahili
Latin
Literature In English
Mathematics
Music
Physics
Subsidiary Mathematics
WoodWork
Desirable Subjects (X1) [?]
Computer Studies
General Paper
Subsidiary Mathematics
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Where Graduates Work

Graduates can be employed in:

local or central government;
the Civil Service;
NHS authorities and trusts;
criminal justice system;
police authorities;
the voluntary sector;
further and higher education institutions;
market and social research organisations;
private sector business and management in areas such as HR, marketing, retail and banking.

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