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MPP and MPA Programs

London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) - MPA

Program Comparison Highlights

Institutional Structure: LSE's MPA is delivered through the Institute of Public Affairs (IPA), one of 24 academic units in the university. Formally launched in 2011, the Institute of
Public Affairs at LSE is described as an "outward-facing global centre for public policy training and analysis. Drawing on LSE faculty affiliated with six of the School’s prestigious academic departments, the core activity of the Institute consists of harnessing the research and teaching expertise of this interdisciplinary group to deliver its two-year Master of Public Administration degree" (2014-15 LSE Graduate Prospectus, page 149). At LSE the Graduate Course Guide (at http://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/calendar/courseGuides/graduate.htm#generated-subheading23) lists all graduate courses, with the prefix associated with a department (GV for Government, EC for Economics, SO for Sociology, etc.). Because the IPA and MPA do not have a unique prefix, it is evident from the course codes themselves which of the courses listed for the MPA have been specifically designed for the MPA and which have been designed primarily for other graduate degrees. However, the detailed course descriptions imply that those listed as compulsory for the MPA (and indicated with an R in the Course Map below) have been specifically designed for the MPA. For example, the course description for GV4D5: Organizations, Power and Leadership, taught by Department of Government Professor Patrick Dunleavy and Sir Richard Mottram, indicates that it is "compulsory for the MPA" and "available with permission as an outside option to students on other programmes where regulations permit." In contrast, the course descriptions for many of the optional MPA courses, such as ID431 Organisational Change, taught by Department of Management Professor Jacqueline Coyle-Shapiro, are described as compulsory for another degree (in this example, the MSc in Organisational Behaviour) and "available on the MPA."  

Curriculum Design: Of the UK MPP and MPA degrees reviewed to date, the LSE MPA is the closest in curriculum design to North American MPP and MPA programs. It is primarily course-based in that the dissertation is optional with credit for only 1/8 of the total to graduate, in contrast to many UK MPP and MPA degrees that have a required dissertation worth one third of the total credit requirement. The LSE MPA takes 21 months to complete (which we calculate to be 16 one-semester-course equivalents to graduate - see Note 1 below), in contrast to the UK norm of 12 months. The IPA structure, drawing on six LSE departments, permits the provision of a very high number of courses (approximately 162, where two-semester courses are counted as two), compared to the UK norm of under 50. The LSE MPA follows the practice of many North American programs in requiring students to select specialization, called a Policy Stream. The five Policy Streams lead to different suffixes on the MPA degree: MPA Public Policy and Management; MPA Public and Economic Policy; MPA International DevelopmentMPA European Public and Economic Policy; and MPA Public and Social Policy. The LSE MPA is, to our knowledge, the only UK program that has developed a dual degree agreement with a major North American program (in this case, Columbia SIPA, along with Hertie Berlin, SciencesPo Paris, and Singapore LKY). Our PEACO calculations below suggest that typical students take 70-78% of their coursework in policy-oriented subjects and 22-30% of their coursework in management-oriented subjects. Typical students take 31-47% of their course work in subjects with high math-economics content. This places the LSE MPA in the "high course requirement, highly policy-oriented, higher math-economics content" curricular type, along with such programs as the Princeton MPA and the Chicago MPP (see MPP/MPA Curricular Types). Among peers in its curricular type, the LSE MPA has as a high number of courses and a high proportion of courses that are degree-specific in that the MPA is a primary degrees served by the course. Our PEACO calculations suggest that, LSE MPA students in the Public Policy and Management stream and the Public and Economic Policy stream take 62-69% of their coursework in archetypal public affairs subjects and about 10% of their coursework in archetypal international affairs subjects, whereas LSE MPA students in the International Development stream take about 53% of their coursework in archetypal public affairs subjects and about 34% of their coursework in archetypal international affairs subjects. The latter number is higher than some of the explicitly international affairs degrees offered by members of the some of the Association of Professional Schools of International Affairs (see Exhibit 2 of Comparison with International Affairs Programs). Like Columbia SIPA where the degree requirements for the MIA differ from that school's MPA by only a few required courses, the degree requirements for the LSE MPA International Development differ by only two required courses from those for the LSE MPA Public Policy and Management.

Professional Program Features: The program website does not provide details on such professional program features as the role of current and former practitioners in curricular and co-curricular delivery, the nature of career counselling and networking services, and the research initiatives associated with the program.

Program Summary

Website: http://www.lse.ac.uk/IPA/MPA/TheMPA.aspx    

University: London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)

Location: London, United Kingdom

Degree: MPA.

Marketing Approach: "The MPA meets the needs of government departments and public agencies in many countries for highly skilled and professional policy-makers. It also meets the needs of people working with governments but in the private sector, for instance in consultancy, public-private partnerships, public affairs, media, non-governmental organisations and interest groups. The programme is designed to provide students with rigorous and inter-disciplinary training in economics and political science, complemented by a wide range of electives, to prepare them for professional careers related to public service. It brings together LSE’s unrivalled expertise in the social sciences with individual and group working experience of public sector problems, policies and management" (LSE Graduate Prospectus, page 149).

Degrees Awarded per Year: Approximately 100. "Our teaching programme brings some 100 first-year and 100 second-year MPA students| and 40 Executive EMPA students join us every year from around the world to engage in the intellectually vibrant atmosphere of LSE." (At http://www.lse.ac.uk/IPA/Home.aspx, accessed 5 April 2015.) "Our target intake is 115 students per year, meaning at any one time there may be up to 230 MPA students studying at LSE across both years." (At http://www.lse.ac.uk/IPA/MPA/FAQsApplicants.aspx#About3, accessed 30 September 2014.)

Academic Unit within University: The Institute of Public Affairs, one of 24 academic units in the university .

Related Academic Units and Degrees: The IPA offers only three degrees: the MPA, the Executive MPA (see http://www.lse.ac.uk/IPA/EMPA/TheEMPA.aspx) and the Executive MPP, a new joint venture with the UK Civil Service to "equip senior and high-potential civil servants with the cutting-edge analytical tools required to deliver effective policy ... aimed at the development of people with the talent and drive, to reach the very highest levels of the Civil Service Policy Profession, whose careers will see them working on the biggest issues in public policy" (at http://www.lse.ac.uk/IPA/EMPP/TheEMPP.aspx, accessed 5 April 2015). The IPA faculty come from six of the university's academic departments, including Government, Economics, Social Policy and International Development. Related degrees from these departments include (from http://www.lse.ac.uk/study/graduate/researchProgrammes2014/government.aspx): MSc Comparative Politics; MSc Conflict Studies; MSc Global Politics; MSc Global Politics (Global Civil Society); MSc International Migration and Public Policy; MSc Public Policy and Administration (found on the Atlas at http://portal.publicpolicy.utoronto.ca/EN/MPPMPAPROGRAMS/LSEGOVERNMENT/Pages/default.aspx); MSc Political Science and Political Economy; MSc Political Theory; MSc Politics and Government in the European Union ; LSE-PKU Double Degree in Public Administration and Government; MSc Regulation.

Posted Tuition: £22,536 for 2015-16 and £23,448 for 2016-17 for both domestic and international students (at http://www.lse.ac.uk/intranet/students/moneyMatters/tableOfFees/2015-16%20Fees%20Table.pdf, accessed 18 May 2015).

Concentration/Curriculum Overview

MPA Degree Requirements

Summary: The programme is taught over two academic years (21 months). Some courses have a unit value of 1.0 and some have a unit value of 0.5 (H). To be awarded the degree, students must complete courses to the value of 8 units in total over two years. There are three types of courses: 1. Compulsory courses, studied by all students; 2. Policy Stream courses, which students will take depending on which Policy Stream (specialism) they choose at the start of Year 2; 3. Optional courses. At the start of Year 2, all students must select one of the five Policy Streams: (i) Public and Economic Policy; or (ii) Public Policy and Management; or (iii) International Development; or (iv) European Public and Economic Policy; or (v) Public and Social Policy. Students must take the courses required by their chosen Policy Stream plus sufficient Optional courses to ensure that they have taken courses to a total unit value of 8 over Year 1 and Year 2.

Duration: 2 years (21 months)

Academic Prerequisite: A first or upper second class honours (2:1) degree from a UK university or a non-UK equivalent in a subject appropriate to the programme to be followed.

Number of One-Semester-Equivalent Courses Required for Completion: 16 (See Note 1.)

Note 1. As noted in Credit Requirements and Course Equivalents, the LSE IPA MPA is the UK degree that most resembles North American MPP and MPA programs because it is taught predominantly in four 4-month terms over two academic years. It is also the UK degree with the most online detail about course content and hours of teaching (see http://www.lse.ac.uk/IPA/MPA/Curriculum.aspx, accessed 30 September 2014). The course descriptions indicate that the typical MPA full-unit (two 12-week terms plus 4 hours of revision in a third term) course has about 60-70 hours of lecture or seminar. This is close to the 2 x 3 x 12 = 72 hours in a typical two-semester course. The LSE MPA requires 8 full units of courses, which we can therefore equate to 16 one-semester courses.

Number of Required Courses: 11 (13 for the International Development Policy Stream)

Number of Electives Typically Taken (difference between above two entries); 5 (3 for the International Development Policy Stream)

Number of Courses Listed: See 162 (with two-semester, full unit, courses counted as two) with 121 of these describing the MPA as a primary focus.

Comprehensive Examination: No

Thesis Required: No

Internship Required: No

International Study Required: No, but dual degree option available with Columbia SIPA, Hertie Berlin, SciencesPo Paris, and Singapore LKY.  

Co-curricular Activities Supportive to Degree

Professional Development and Career Support: Not referenced on program website.

Student-run Journal: Not referenced on program website.

Applied Projects: Not referenced on program website.

Pro Bono Consulting: Not referenced on program website.

Courses Offered: The full list of 2014-2015 courses is found on the combination of the Program Requirements page (http://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/calendar/programmeRegulations/taughtMasters/2014_MPAProgrammesFirstYears.htm#Optional_courses) and the MPA Options List (http://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/calendar/programmeRegulations/taughtMasters/2014_MPAOptionsList.htm).

Course Material Online: Course descriptions, including Indicative Reading, Formative Coursework, and Assessment Method are available online at http://www.lse.ac.uk/resources/calendar/courseGuides/graduate.htm. Direct links to the relevant course are found on the two pages cited above under Courses Offered.

Instructional Distribution (PEACO Profile): The table below indicates the distribution of instruction offered, based on the course assignments to subjects in the Course Map below, weighted by estimated enrolment determined by the PEACO Algorithm.  The values are calculated for three of the five Policy Streams.

 

LSE IPA

LSE IPA

LSE IPA

MPA-PPM

MPA-PEP

MPA-ID

I. Courses Required and Offered

Courses Required to Graduate

16

16

16

Required Courses

11

11

13

Elective Courses Taken by Typical Student

5

5

3

Elective Courses Listed

151

151

149

Enrolment Weight of Elective Course

0.03

0.03

0.02

Total Courses Listed

162

162

162

Program-Specific Courses Listed

121

121

121

Program-Specific/Total Listed (Enrolment-Adjusted)

91.5%

91.5%

94.8%

II. Distribution of Courses (Enrolment-Adjusted) among Atlas

     Domains and Subjects

Analysis and Skills

47.6%

54.5%

38.7%

  - Policy and Management Analysis

16.3%

9.3%

8.5%

  - Economic Analysis

15.3%

29.2%

14.9%

 

  - Quantitative  and Analytic Methods

15.8%

15.8%

15.2%

  - Leadership and Communication Skills

0.2%

0.2%

0.1%

Institutions and Context

25.0%

25.0%

20.8%

  - Democratic Institutions and Policy Process

16.0%

16.0%

15.3%

  - Ethics, Rights and Accountability

1.7%

1.7%

1.0%

  - Socioeconomic, Political, and Global Contexts

7.4%

7.4%

4.5%

Management Functions

11.7%

4.8%

2.9%

  - Public Financial Management

0.2%

0.2%

0.1%

  - Evaluation and Performance Measurement

8.1%

1.2%

0.7%

  - Other Management Functions

3.3%

3.3%

2.0%

Policy Sectors

15.7%

15.7%

37.6%

  - Macroeconomic Policy

2.4%

2.4%

1.4%

  - International Development

5.9%

5.9%

31.7%

  - Health

0.0%

0.0%

0.0%

  - Other Policy Sectors

7.4%

7.4%

4.5%

                              Total

100%

100%

100%

III. Distribution of Courses (Enrolment-Adjusted) among

      Curricular Type Groupings of Subjects

Policy-Oriented Subjects

70.4%

73.9%

77.1%

Management-Oriented Subjects

29.6%

26.1%

22.9%

Math-Economics Subjects (EA, QM, Macro, Fin Markets)

33.0%

46.9%

31.3%

Archetypal Public Affairs Subjects (P&MA, EA, QM, DI&PP)

62.4%

69.3%

53.3%

Archetypal International Affairs Subjects (I&GC, ID, DS&FR)

9.5%

9.5%

33.8%

IV. Number of Courses in "NASPAA-required Subjects" taken by

      Typical Student in NASPAA Required Competency Domains

Lead and Manage in Public Governance

1.98

1.43

1.19

Participate and Contribute to the Policy Process

3.35

2.73

2.12

Analyze, Synthesize, Solve Problems and Make Decisions

6.76

7.75

5.45

Articulate and Apply Public Service Perspectives

1.33

1.52

1.18

Communicate and Interact with Workforce and Citizenry

0.15

0.15

0.09

Total Courses in "NASPAA-Required Subjects"

13.58

13.58

10.04

V. Ratio of Courses in "NASPAA-required Subjects" taken by

      Typical Student to Estimated Requirement for Competency

Lead and Manage in Public Governance

1.11

0.80

0.66

Participate and Contribute to the Policy Process

1.55

1.26

0.98

Analyze, Synthesize, Solve Problems and Make Decisions

1.80

2.07

1.45

Articulate and Apply Public Service Perspectives

0.89

1.01

0.79

Communicate and Interact with Workforce and Citizenry

0.19

0.19

0.12

Ratio of Total Instruction in Competencies to Amount Needed

1.36

1.36

1.00

Source: LSE websites noted above (accessed 4 April 2015).

Page Created By:  Ian Clark on 30 September 2014 and updated 5 April 2015.

LSE Institute of Public Affairs (IPA) MPA Course Map
 C o u r s e s  O f f e r e d,  l i s t e d  b y  P u b l i c  P o l i c y  a n d  M a n a g e m e n t  S u b j e c t

Note: Courses listed are half-unit courses except those marked (2). Required courses are marked (R).

Analysis and Skills

 Policy and Management Analysis

  GV4D5: Organisations, Power and Leadership (R)
  MG419: Public Management - Strategy, Innovation and Delivery (2R/2 for PP&M)
  SA4F8: Behavioural Public Policy
  GV483: Public Management Theory and Doctrine
  MG402: Public Management - A Strategic Approach
  MN415: The Analysis of Strategy A
  MN416: The Analysis of Strategy B
  ID430: Organisational Behaviour
  ID431: Organisational Change

 Economic Analysis

  EC440: Micro and Macro Economics for Public Policy (2R)
  EC406: Economic Policy Analysis (2R for P&EP)
  EC411: Microeconomics (2)

 Quantitative Methods

  EC455: Quantitative Approaches and Policy Analysis (2R)
  EC402: Econometrics (2)

 Analytic Methods

  SA451: Social Policy Research (2)
  SA4L4: Behaviour, Happiness and Public Policy (2)

 Leadership Skills

  ID420: Leadership in Organisations - Theory and Practice

 Communication Skills


Multiple Subjects

 Capstone Courses, Internships, Major Projects, Theses, etc.

  EC4B3: MPA Capstone Project (2R)
  EC4V8 MPA Policy Paper
  EC4B4 MPA Dissertation (2)

Institutions and Context

 Democratic Institutions and Policy Process

  GV478: Political Science and Public Policy (2R)
  GV4C4: Legislative Politics - US
  GV4C5: Politics of Economic Policy
  EU420: European Law and Government
  EU421: Policy-Making in the European Union
  EU425: Interest Representation and Economic Policy-Making in Europe
  GV4C6: Legislative Politics - European Parliament
  EU466: Citizen Representation and Democracy in the European Union

 Ethics, Rights and Accountability

  AC412: Accountability, Organisations and Risk Management
  PH413: Philosophy of Economics (2)
  PH415: Philosophy and Public Policy (2)
  PH425: Business and Organisational Ethics
  EU463: European Human Rights Law

 Socioeconomic and Political Context

  SA429: Understanding Social (Dis)advantage
  GI414: Gender and Social Policy - Theory and Practice
  GI415: Gender and European Welfare States
  GI417: Gender, Population, and Policy
  SA4F7: The Economics of European Social Policy
  SA4M1: Politics of Social Policy - Welfare and Work in Comparative Perspective
  SO425: Risk and Governance - A Sociological Approach
  EU452: Political Economy of Europe (2R for EPEP)
  EC453: Political Economy (2)
  EU443: European Models of Capitalism
  EU446: The Political Economy of European Monetary Integration
  EU453: The Political Economy of European Welfare States
  EU455: Concepts in Political Economy
  EU434: The Political Economy of Southeast Europe

 Intergovernmental and Global Context

  IR412: International Institutions (2)
  IR460: Comparative Political Economy (2)
  MN425: Business in the Global Environment
  GV442: Globalisation and Democracy
  GV477: Comparative Public Policy Change
  PH429: Global Justice
  IR429: Economic Diplomacy (2)
  DV415: Global Environmental Governance
  EU449: Emerging Markets, Political Transition and Economic Development in Central and Eastern Europe
  EU430: Europeanization - The Comparative Politics of Domestic Change
  EU439: Political and Fiscal Integration and Disintegration in EU Member States
  EU440: Greece and South Eastern Europe - Government, Economy and Foreign Policy

Management Functions

 Public Financial Management

  GV4E4: Public Budgeting and Financial Management (2R/2 for PP&M)
  AC470: Accounting in the Global Economy
  AC490: Management Accounting, Decisions and Control
  AC491: Financial Accounting, Reporting and Disclosure

 Evaluation and Performance Measurement

  GY455: Economic Appraisal and Valuation

 Human Resource Management

  ID410: Management of Human Resources - Strategies and Policy
  ID410: Cross Cultural Management
  ID411: International and Comparative Human Resource Management

 Information Management and Technology

  IS470: Innovation and Information Systems: Concepts and Perspectives
  IS479: Information Systems for the Public Sector - Digital Government and Service Innovation

 Program and Service Delivery

 Regulatory Policy and Management

  SO425: Regulation, Risk and Economic Life (2)
  GV403: Network Regulation
  LL407: Media and Commuications Regulation
  LL4S1: Cyberlaw
  LL4AT: Regulation - Strategies and Enforcement
  LL4BE: Principles of Financial Regulation
  LL4BF: International Financial Regulation

 Nonprofit Management and Advocacy

  SA4H9: Non-Governmental Organisations, Social Policy and Development

Policy Sectors

 Macroeconomic Policy

  EC413: Macroeconomics (2)
  EC421: International Economics (2)
  EC424: Monetary Economics (2)
  EC426: Public Economics (2)
  IR451: Poltics of Money in the World Economy (2)

 International Development

  DV441: Development Policy and Management (2R for ID)
  EC454: Development Economics (2R for ID)
  AN436: The Anthropology of Development
  AN456: Anthropology of Economy (1) - Production and Exchange
  AN457: Anthropology of Economy (2) - Development, Transformation and Globalisation
  DV409: Economic Development Policy (2)
  DV411: Population and Development - an Analytical Approach
  DV413: Environmental Problems and Development Interventions
  DV418: African Develoment
  DV420: Complex Emergencies
  DV421: Global Health and Development
  DV432: China in Developmental Perspective
  DV435: African Political Economy
  DV447: Public Affairs, International Development and Gendered Violence
  DV451: Money in an Unequal World
  EC428: Development and Growth (2)
  GV443: The State and Political Institutions in Latin America
  GV444: Democracy and Development in Latin America
  GY421: Gender and Development - Geographical Perspectives
  SA4J8: Social Policy and Development - Core Concepts
  SA4J9: States, Social Policy and Development

 Public Finance and Social Policy

  SA4X6 - Welfare Analysis and Measurement (2R for P&SP)
  EC410: Public Economics for Public Policy
  SA4M1: Politics of Social Policy - Welfare and Work in Comparative Perspective

 Health

 Education

  SA4B9: Education Policy, Reform and Financing

 Employment, Labour and Immigration

  GV4A5: International Migration and Immigration Management

 Cities, Urban and Regional Development

  GY457: Applied Urban and Regional Economics (2)
  GY439: Cities, Politics and Citizenship
  GY454: Urban Policy and Planning
  GY479: Urban Revolutions
  GY480: Remaking China - Geographical Aspects of Development and Disparity
  GY408: Local Economic Development and Policy (2)
  GY410: Economics of Local and Regional Development
  GY415: Local Capacity and Economic Development Policy

 Environment and Sustainability

  GY420: Environmental Regulation - Implementing Policy (2)
  DV413: Environmental Problems and Development Interventions
  GV4H5: The Politics and Philosophy of Environmental Change
  GY427: Climate Change - Science, Economics and Policy
  GY465: Concepts in Environmental Regulation
  GY475: Issues in Environmental Governance

 Agriculture and Resources

 Science, Technology and Innovation

 Industry, Trade and Investment

  EC427: The Economcs of Industry (2)
  MN429: The World Trading System
  IR457: The Political Economy of International Trade (2)
  MC403: Contemporary Issues in Media and Communications Policy

 Energy, Transport and Infrastructure

 Defence, Security and Foreign Relations

 Policing and Justice Administration

 Arts and Culture

 Financial Markets

  FM492: Principles of Finance (2)

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