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MPP and MPA Programs

National University of Singapore, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKY) - MPP, MPA, MPM

Program Comparison Highlights

Institutional Structure: TO COME

Curriculum Design: The LKY School offers a wide variety of courses, most of which are available to both MPP and MPA students. The MPP requires 16 one-semester course equivalents, 6 of which are in required courses. This is near the average for MPP programs we have reviewed to date. Relative to the other programs reviewed to date, the LKY MPP is at the low end in its proportion of instruction in the Tools and Skills domain (42% compared with, for example, 74% at Berkeley and 52% at Harvard, and 44% at Toronto). It is in the upper range in terms of proportion of instruction in Institutions and Contexts domain (27% compared with Toronto at 31%, Carleton at 24%, Harvard at 23%, and Berkeley at 9%). It is in the low range for the Management Functions domain (3% compared with Harvard at 3%, Berkeley at 7%, Carnegie at 28%) and in the upper range for proportion of instruction in the Policy Sectors domain (at 28% it is higher than Harvard at 22%, Oxford at 23% and Toronto at 24% and close to Carleton at 35%). See Curriculum Comparison Tables, accessed 2 April 2014.  

Professional Program Features: TO COME

Program Summary

Website: http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/  

University: National University of Singapore

Location: Singapore

Degree: Master of Public Policy (MPP), Master in Public Administration (MPA) and Master of Public Management (MPM)

Marketing Approach:  "At the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, opportunities to learn are not confined to the classroom. Students learn not only from the faculty, visiting scholars and practitioners, but equally through interaction and exchange with their fellow classmates. With almost 400 students from over 50 countries and skilled in various policy disciplines of government, civil society, media, law, and medicine, the School offers classroom experiences that are unmatched in their diversity and dynamism." (At http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/students/overview/, accessed 29 December 2013).

Degrees Awarded per Year: MPP: 60-80 (at http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/MPP-Programme-FAQ-2015.pdf, accessed 21 May 2015).
MPA: 50-60 (at http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/MPA-Programme-FAQ-2015.pdf, accessed 21 May 2015).
MPM: 20-25 (at http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/wp-content/uploads/2014/06/MPM-Programme-FAQ-2015.pdf, accessed 21 May 2015).

Academic Unit within University: The Lee Kwan Yew School of Public Policy is one of four graduate schools within the National University of Singapore. 

Related Academic Units and Degrees: The Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy’s graduate programs are listed at http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/overview/.  The degrees most closely related to the MPP and MPA offered at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy include: the Master in Public Management (MPM), Master in Public Administration and Management (MPAM), and PhD in Public Policy.

Posted Tuition: S$12,300 domestic and S$17,250 for MPP and MPA in Academic Year 2015. The fees for students without MOE subsidies are S$44,160 for students not eligible for Ministry of Education subsidy. (At http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/admissions/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-policy-mpp/mpp-tuition-fees/, accessed 18 May 2015.)
                 
Note 1: 1 Singapore Dollar = 0.76 US Dollar on 18 May 2015.

Concentration/Curriculum Overview

The two-year full-time Master in Public Policy (MPP) programme provides rigorous training for a strong foundation in policy analysis, programme evaluation and management. It is designed for young professionals with up to five years’ work experience, to meet the demand for highly skilled professional policymakers and analysts in the public, private, non-government or not-for-profit sectors. (At http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-policy/, accessed 29 December 2013).

The one-year full-time Master in Public Administration (MPA) programme prepares students for senior management roles in the public sector. It provides an intensive, interdisciplinary course of study for professionals who wish to work on increasingly complex issues shaping national, regional and global policies and projects. (At http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-administration/, accessed 29 December 2013). 

The Common Curriculum focuses on imparting practical skills, disciplinary knowledge, and interdisciplinary competencies that the School believes to be necessary for the kind of work done by public policy practitioners, researchers, and public managers and leaders. The Specialisation component of the curriculum is where students will acquire depth and sophistication in their selected areas of policy expertise. Students may opt not to graduate with a Specialisation.  In addition to the Common and Specialisation modules, students can choose to read any 5-6 electives as their Free Elective modules, either in their chosen Specialisation or from other Specialisation lists.

MPP Degree Requirements

Summary:  The MPP program is full time and fully taught in English.  The curriculum will consist of: 1) Common Curriculum (24 MCs); 2) Modules in a chosen specialisation (20 MCs); and 3) Free electives (20 MCs).  Students wishing to graduate with a Specialisation are required to declare their chosen Specialisation in their second semester, and must pass the Gateway module in order to graduate with a Specialisation.

Duration: 2 years (four terms of full-time study).

Academic Prerequisite: National University of Singapore (NUS) honours degree (at least 2nd Upper) or an equivalent degree, such as a 4-year Bachelor degree with an average grade of B or better; or a good Bachelor degree and passed the School’s placement test.  Applicants should preferably have some background in economics and mathematics.

Criteria for Selection includes: Intellectual Distinction – Demonstrated by prior academic achievement, recommendations, analytic training and examples of written work; and Personal Character and Leadership Capabilities – Demonstrated by prior achievements in extracurricular, civic or community activities and employment history through recommendations.

Note 1:  Other qualifications and experience may be accepted subject to approval by the NUS Board of Graduate Studies.  Note 2: Test scores for the TOEFL or IELTS must be submitted for all international applicants except those whose undergraduate or graduate degrees are from English-medium institutions in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. While the Admissions Committee does not set minimum scores for admissibility, experience suggests that successful applicants usually achieve or exceed the following scores: 580 on the TOEFL paper-based test; 237 on the TOEFL computer-based test; 85 on the TOEFL internet-based test; 6.5 on the IELTS test.

Number of One-Semester-Equivalent Courses Required for Completion: 16  Note 1: The LKY School uses MCs to describe course length. Most courses are worth 4 MCs. We are assuming that 4 MCs are equivalent to a one-semester course.

Number of Required Courses: 6. Note 1: PP5401 and PP 5402 are both 2-semester-equivalents; PP 5110A and PP5403 are 1-semester-equivalents.

Number of Electives Typically Taken (difference between above two entries): 10. Note 1: Five semester-equivalents of specialization electives and five semester-equivalents of general electives. 

Number of Electives Offered within Program: 105

Comprehensive Examination: No.

Thesis Required: No.

Internship Required: No.

International Study Required: No. Note 1: Students do not have an internship as part of the MPP unless they are enrolled in one of the double degree programmes with partner institutions Columbia University, London School of Economics & Political Science and Sciences Po. However, they may choose to work with a client organization in developing their Policy Analysis Exercise (PAE), which is a practice-based policy project.

MPA Degree Requirements

Summary: In this 1-year degree programme, students are required to read 40 modular credits in order to graduate. The current MPA curriculum consists of: 1) A Common Curriculum (12 MCs); 2) Governance Study Conference (4 MCs); 3) Electives from the MPP Public Management and Leadership Specialization (2 modules, 8 MCs); 4) Free Electives (4 modules, 16 MCs-Students can choose to read any 4 available electives as their “free elective” modules).  

Duration: 1 year (two terms of full-time study and one condensed term of full-time study).

Academic Prerequisite: National University of Singapore (NUS) honours degree (at least 2nd Upper) or an equivalent degree, such as a 4-year Bachelor degree with an average grade of B or better; or a good Bachelor degree and passed the School’s placement test.  To be considered for the Master in Public Administration program, you must be a mid-level professional who aspires to management roles.

For the MPA programme, the School seeks candidates who are committed to the ideals of public service. He or she should be highly motivated, outward-looking, open to new ideas, and be able to share insights from their own work experience with their classmates. Applicants will be evaluated on their academic preparation and the depth and quality of their experience, as demonstrated by work history, references and the applicant’s written analysis of past employment experience.

Note 1:  Other qualifications and experience may be accepted subject to approval by the NUS Board of Graduate Studies.  Note 2: Test scores for the TOEFL or IELTS must be submitted for all international applicants except those whose undergraduate or graduate degrees are from English-medium institutions in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States. While the Admissions Committee does not set minimum scores for admissibility, experience suggests that successful applicants usually achieve or exceed the following scores: 580 on the TOEFL paper-based test; 237 on the TOEFL computer-based test; 85 on the TOEFL internet-based test; 6.5 on the IELTS test.

Number of One-Semester-Equivalent Courses Required for Completion: 10. Note 1: Special Condensed Term courses counted as one-semester-equivalent courses.

Number of Required Courses: 4. Note 1: PP5804 required course is full year, and PP 5801, PP 5802 (part 1) & (part 2), PP5803 (part 1) & (part 2) required courses are one semester. 

Number of Electives Typically Taken (difference between above two entries): 6

Number of Electives Offered within Program: 104. Note 1: Does not include the elective courses offered in other postgraduate programs.

Comprehensive Examination: No.

Thesis Required: No.

Internship Required: No.

International Study Required: No. Note 1: The governance study trip at the end of the first semester is not being counted as international study.

Co-curricular Activities Supportive to Degree

Professional Development and Career Support: Yes. Activities include career talks, career development workshops, explaining the process of career development and the perspective from potential employers, and internship or job openings which students can browse through and apply for.

Student-run Journal: Yes. The Asian Journal of Public Affairs, The Asian Journal of Public Affairs is spearheaded by graduate students and published on a biannual basis, regarding public affairs issues in the wider Asia including the Middle East, Central and South Asia and the Asia-Pacific region.  At http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/students/student-journal-ajpa/

Applied Projects:  Yes.  A common curriculum requirement is PP5804 The Governance Study Project (GSP).  It is a year-long team-based project over three terms, a study trip at the end of the first semester, a seminar and a final conference at the end of the special term.  The GSP connects the beginning to the end of the degree programme, requiring students to put to use the knowledge and skills learnt in each module. Through projects that are real public problems, students will acquire skills related to analysis of complex managerial problems, basic research, and writing and other presentational modes.

Pro Bono Consulting: No. 

Courses Offered: A list of 2013-2014 common, governance study conference and free elective courses are found at : http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-administration/curriculum/. 

Course Material Online: Short course descriptions, but few if any syllabi are available to the public online.

Instructional Distribution (PEACO Profile): The distribution of instruction offered for the MPP, based on the course assignments to subjects in the Course Map below, weighted by estimated enrolment based on the number of elective coursesas described in the note on the PEACO Algorithm is set out below.  

   

LKY

LKY

MPA

MPP

I. Courses Required and Offered

a. Number of one-semester courses required for degree

10

16

b. Number of required courses

4

6

c. Number of elective courses taken (a - b)

6

10

d. Number of elective courses offered

111

109

e. Enrolment weight of elective courses (c/d)

0.05

0.09

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

     Domains and Subjects

Tools and Skills

55.7%

41.6%

  - Strategy and Structure

26.5%

19.4%

  - Economic Analysis

13.2%

9.7%

 

  - Quantitative Methods and Management Sciences

3.2%

3.4%

  - Leadership, Communication, Professional Practice

12.7%

9.1%

Institutions and Context

14.1%

26.3%

  - Democratic Institutions and Policy Process

3.8%

15.4%

  - Ethics and Accountability

1.6%

1.7%

  - Socioeconomic, Political, and Global Contexts

8.6%

9.2%

Management Functions

3.8%

4.0%

  - Public Financial Management

1.1%

1.1%

  - Evaluation and Performance Measurement

0.0%

0.0%

  - Other Management Functions

2.7%

2.9%

Policy Sectors

26.5%

28.1%

  - Fiscal, Monetary and Tax Policy

2.2%

2.3%

  - International Development

4.9%

5.2%

  - Health

1.6%

1.7%

  - Other Policy Sectors

17.8%

18.9%

                              Total

100%

100%

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

      Typical Student in NASPAA Required Competency Domains

Lead and Manage in Public Governance

1.55

2.36

Participate and Contribute to the Policy Process

0.91

2.17

Analyze, Synthesize, Solve Problems and Make Decisions

2.52

3.42

Articulate and Apply Public Service Perspectives

1.00

1.59

Communicate and Interact with Workforce and Citizenry

0.75

0.93

Total Course Equivalents taken in Required Competencies

6.74

10.46

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

      Typical Student to Estimated Requirement for Competency

Lead and Manage in Public Governance

0.72

1.09

Participate and Contribute to the Policy Process

0.52

1.24

Analyze, Synthesize, Solve Problems and Make Decisions

0.72

0.98

Articulate and Apply Public Service Perspectives

0.70

1.12

Communicate and Interact with Workforce and Citizenry

0.64

0.80

Ratio of Total Instruction in Competencies to Amount Needed

0.67

1.05

V. Number of Microeconomics, Macroeconomics or Quantitative

      Methods Courses taken by Typical Student

Economic Analysis

1.32

1.55

Fiscal, Monetary and Tax Policy

0.22

0.37

Quantitative Methods

0.05

0.09

Total

1.59

2.01

 

Source:  At http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-administration/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-administration/curriculum/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-administration/curriculum/elective-details/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-administration/admission-criteria/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-administration/academic-calendar/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-administration/fees-and-costs/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-administration/faqs/ (accessed 3 January 2014).

At http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-policy/curriculum/course-details/#pp5204; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-policy/curriculum/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/overview/for-prospective-students/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-policy/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-policy/curriculum/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-policy/admission-criteria/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-policy/academic-calendar/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-policy/fees-and-costs/; http://lkyspp.nus.edu.sg/graduate-programmes/master-in-public-policy/faqs/ (accessed December 2013-January 2014).

Page Created By: Laura Davidson on 7 January 2014 and updated by Ian Clark on 2 April 2014. Updating and editing may consist of substantive and/or formatting changes. Unless otherwise noted, however, information regarding a program's structure, curricular offerings and PEACO score is based on the program as it was on the date of page creation. The content presented on this page, except for the assignments of courses to Atlas subjects, the Instructional Distribution analysis, and the Commentary is drawn directly from the source(s) cited above, and consists of direct quotations or close paraphrases.

Singapore 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

 

Analysis and Skills

 Policy and Management Analysis

  PP5143: Games, Decisions and Social Choice
  PP5204: Evolving Practices of Governance in Singapore
  PP5218: Foresight Methods and Analysis
  PP5228: Evidence-Informed Policy Development
  PP5230: Strategic Management in Public Organisations
  PP5240: Topics in Applied Policy Analysis
  PP5271: Political Risk Analysis
  PP5286: Comparative Public Management Reform
  PP5298: Public Policy and Management in Singapore
  PP5401: Policy Challenges (MPP: 2R)
  PP5415: Foundations of Public Management
  PP5802: Policy Analysis (MPA: R)
  PP5803: Public Management (MPA: R)

 Economic Analysis

  PP5136: Applied Public Sector Economics
  PP5141: The Economic Foundations of the Singapore Story
  PP5203: Behavioural Economics and Public Policy
  PP5250: Economic Development Policy
  PP5403: Economic Foundations for Public Policy (MPP: R)
  PP5411: Economic Analysis of Public Policy-Gateway
  PP5801: Economic Analysis (MPA: R)

 Quantitative Methods

  PP5241: Topics in Economics or Quantitative Analysis

 Analytic Methods

  PP5143: Games, Decisions and Social Choice
  PP5224: Negotiation and Conflict Management
  PP5233: Organization Theory and Management
  PP5259: Crisis Management
  PP5276: Advanced Negotiation

 Leadership Skills

  PP5209: Exercising Leadership
  PP5287: Leadership and Teamwork
  PP5289: Women, Leadership and Public Policy

 Communication Skills

  PP5249: Media, Public Opinion and Public Policy

 Professional Practice

  PP5110A: Policy Analysis Exercise (MPP: R)
  PP5804: The Governance Study Project (MPA: R)

Institutions and Context

 Democratic Institutions and Policy Process

  PP5242: Topics in Institutional or Political Analysis
  PP5251: Institutions and Public Policy
  PP5262: Public Roles of the Private Sector
  PP5265: Law and Public Policy
  PP5268: Institutional Design and Analysis
  PP5402: Policy Process and Analysis (MPP: 2R)

 Ethics, Rights and Accountability

  PP5214: Ethics and the Public Official
  PP5231: Ethics and Global Governance
  PP5239: Good Governance and Ethics Management

 Social and Political Context

  PP5215: Changes in Singapore Political Economy
  PP5252: Ethnic Politics and Governance in Asia
  PP5273: Political Islam and Governance

 Intergovernmental and Global Context

  PP5201: Singapore: Global City, Global Risks
  PP5202: “Soft” power in the Asia-Pacific
  PP5205: Economic Policy in a Global Economy
  PP5206: Politics and Policy in Southeast Asia
  PP5210: UN and Global Governance
  PP5222: Southeast Asia in International Relations
  PP5258: International Relations and Diplomacy
  PP5263: Global Issues and Institutions
  PP5292: The EU, ASEAN and Regional Integration
  PP5311: Globalisation and Public Policy
  PP5290: Policymaking in China: Structure and Process
  PP5412: Politics and International Relations-Gateway (MPP: R/4)
  PP5248: International Conflict Resolution

Management Functions

 Public Financial Management

  PP5274: Financial Management for Policy Makers
  PP5312: Public Financial Management

 Evaluation and Performance Measurement

 Human Resource Management

 Information Management and Technology

  PP5245: Network Economics & Strategies
  PP5293: Ruling the Net: IT and Policy Making
  PP5294: Dynamic Modelling of Public Policy Systems

 Program and Service Delivery

 Regulatory Policy and Management

  PP5256: Financial Regulation and Development

 Nonprofit Management and Advocacy

  PP5285: State-Society Relations in Singapore

Policy Sectors

 Macroeconomic Policy

  PP5211: Analytical Issues in Money & Banking
  PP5213: Contemporary Financial Policy Issues in Emerging Asia
  PP5275: Central Banks and Economic Management
  PP5282: Macroeconomic Programming and Policies

 International Development

  PP5234: Economics of Developing Countries
  PP5235: Development Policy in Southeast Asia
  PP5236: Poverty, Inequality, and Public Policy
  PP5237: Strategies for Poverty Alleviation
  PP5270: Economic Policy in China
  PP5277: Singapore’s Development: A Comparative Analysis
  PP5280: Politics and Development: Approaches, Issues and Cases
  PP5295: Aid Governance
  PP5244: Public Sector Reform in Developing Countries

 Social Policy and Welfare

  PP5223: Population Ageing, Public Policy, and Family
  PP5226: Social Policy: Issues and Options
  PP5413: Introduction to Social Policy-Gateway (MPP: R/4)

 Health

  PP5246: Public Policy and Management of Health Systems
  PP5266: Global Health Policy and Issues
  PP5278: Health Economics and Public Policy

 Education

  PP5229: Education policy in Singapore: Comparative Perspectives

 Employment, Labour and Immigration

  PP5288: Labour Market Policy Issues

 Cities, Urban and Regional Development

  PP5142: Liveable and Sustainable Cities – A Singapore Case-Study
  PP5238: Urban Development and Policy
  PP5299: Singapore: The City
  PP5279: Clusters and National Competitiveness

 Environment and Sustainability

  PP5207: International Environmental Law & Policy
  PP5208: Water Law, Governance and Management in Asia
  PP5227: Environmental Policy & Natural Resource Management
  PP5281: Business and the Environment
  PP5297: Public Policy for Sustainability
  PP5232: Advanced Environmental Economics and Policy
  PP5269: Environmental Economics and Public Policy
  PP5414: Foundations of Sustainable Development and Environmental Economics

 Agriculture and Resources

  PP5257: Water Policy and Governance

 Science, Technology and Innovation

  PP5220: National Science and Technology Policy Analysis

 Industry, Trade and Investment

  PP5212: Financial Issues, Trade and Investment in Asia
  PP5247: International Economic Policy
  PP5264: States, Markets and International Governance
  PP5296: Trade, Investment and Integration Issues in ASEAN

 Energy, Transport and Infrastructure

  PP5243: Infrastructure Policy
  PP5255: Energy Policy and Security in Asia
  PP5267: Urban Transport Policy: A Global View
  PP5272: Energy Systems and Climate Policy

 Defence, Security and Foreign Relations

  PP5225: India’s Foreign Policy and National Security
  PP5254: WMD Proliferation and International Security
  PP5260: Intelligence, National Security and Policymaking
  PP5261: International Security – Concepts, Issues and Policies
  PP5291: Security in Asia-Pacific

 Policing and Justice Administration

 Arts and Culture

 Financial Markets

  PP5253: International Financial Policy and Issues

 Other Policy Sectors


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