Make a difference and get your master’s title MPM
The public sector is constantly changing. In order to cover all facets of education, we offer a varied program including lectures, working visits and study trips abroad. Our teachers are experts in their field, have extensive practical experience and are committed to the program. The thoughtful and personal guidance at TIAS and the part-time format ensure that you can easily combine the program with your job and private life.
Set-up part-time Executive Master of Public and Non-Profit Management (MPM)
The Executive Master of Public and Non-Profit Management (MPM) consists of three themes and is concluded with a master’s thesis. Depending on your level of education, you may be required to follow the premaster first. Within each theme, we alternate professional knowledge with coaching and workshops. The MME master's program is inspired by Mark Moore's 'Public Value' model.
Theme 1: Mission and strategy
What public value do you want to realize? Which strategies are most suitable for this? What does the interaction with your environment look like?
- Module 1: Strategic public management
- Module 2: Research: problem analysis
- Module 3: Strategy and environment
Theme 2: Organization
How can you properly execute the mission and strategy? What organizational capacity do you need for this? How can you collaborate better, internally and externally?
- Module 4: Organizations and networks
- Module 5: HRM and professionals
- Module 6: Co-creation with stakeholders
Theme 3: Support
How do you gain support for the ambitions of your organization? How can governance, leadership, (financial) accountability and innovation contribute to this?
- Module 7: Governance and accountability
- Module 8: Leadership
- Module 9: Innovation (study trip)
You conclude the part-time master MME with a master’s thesis on a subject from your own professional practice.
The personal development track runs through the MPM program as a common thread. The aim of this is that, in addition to gathering knowledge and insights, you also take steps in your development and leadership qualities.
Business Research Methods
Business Research Methods (BRM) is part of your Master's degree. This module will help you make better decisions in situations where a solution to a problem is not immediately obvious because you are missing some of the information.
For students doing an entire Master's program at TIAS, both BRM modules are mandatory. We recommend doing BRM I at the start of your Master's and BRM II at the end, just before graduation. Talk to your Program Adviser about the best time to schedule BRM I into your personal learning path.
More information on Business Research Methods
Advisory interview with the Program Adviser
Are you ready for the next step in your career and do you want more information? Or would you first like to ask an alumnus about the part-time MPM master's program? Or are you looking for advice on the financial possibilities? Please, feel free to contact the Program Adviser with any questions you may have about the part-time Executive Master of Public and Non-Profit Management.
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