Creating social value as a professional
As a professional or manager in the public domain, you strive for a balance between governments, markets, network partners and citizens. This requires good management and leadership skills. The part-time Executive Master of Public and Non-Profit Management (MPM) has been developed for professionals and managers in the public domain who are looking for something more profound and a better foundation for considerations and decisions. With the knowledge you gain, you will be able to build bridges between the various target groups and stakeholders.
Part-time Executive Master of Public and Non-Profit Management (MPM)
In the Executive Master of Public and Non-Profit Management, we offer you contemporary knowledge and advanced, concrete skills to improve your leadership qualities. Recent theoretical frameworks allow you to analyze issues in the public domain from various perspectives. This gives you the opportunity to discover new possibilities and to come up with a multitude of practical solutions. In this way, you contribute to the future stability of society. If you are interested in more programs in this area, then take a look at our other governance programs.
Why choose for TIAS School for Business and Society:
- A top-ranked business school in Executive and InCompany Education according to the Financial Times
- Rating of participants: MPM was rated by our own participants with an 8.5
- Commences twice a year
- Internationally recognized Master's degree (MPM or MSc), NVAO accredited
Studying at TIAS means tailor-made studying. With our customized advice process, we anticipate your personal needs and those of your organization. You will also receive advice on the development of your career, in order to make the right choices for a successful career. The Executive Master of Public and Non-Profit Management commences twice a year.
The participants in this master's program lead a non-profit, public or government organization, or have the aspiration to do so. Next to you in the classroom, you find managers with a wealth of work experience who bring in interesting cases, as well as young high-potentials who come to take a fresh look at non-profit, public or government organizations.
We aim for groups of participants with a lot of talent, experience and potential. That is why we apply admission requirements. In this way, we guarantee education at the highest level. What we ask:
- a bachelor's or master's degree in a relevant field
- at least 3 years of relevant work experience; that is practical experience with strategic issues
- if appropriate: successful completion of the required components of the premaster
- an introductory interview with the Academic Director is part of the admission procedure.
If you have completed an HBO program (higher professional education), successful completion of the premaster is a prerequisite for starting the program. In this way, we ensure that the level of all participants is consistent with each other. This means that you will ultimately benefit from the collaboration with a motivated group of talented participants from the public domain.
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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.
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