Graduate Program

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Graduate Program

The Public Administration Masters Program was established in 1982, which was previously known as the Masters in Development Administration.
The Development Administration Master Program officially changed to the Public Administration Master Program based on the Hasanuddin University Rector’s Decree Number 546 / UN4.1 / KEP / 2019.

The Public Administration Masters Program has received Accreditation A status since 9 October 2019 through the Decree of BAN PT Number: 3664 / SK / BAN-PT / Akred / M / X / 2019. 


The accreditation ranking shows that this study program from the perspective of institution, management, and human resources is very adequate to produce an output that has the ability to compete with the same study program in Indonesia and internationally.

The double degree master program allows students to receive two academic degrees awarded by two universities in a two-year academic period. The first semester is conducted at Hasanuddin University and then the second and third semesters are held at partner universities. The fourth semester which consists of research and thesis writing is conducted at Hasanuddin University with a joint supervisor between Hasanuddin University lecturers and partner universities.

Currently the double degree master program offered by the Graduate Program of Department of Administration Sciences collaborates with the Ministry of Administrative Reform and Bureaucratic Reform (Kemenpan RB) of the Republic of Indonesia with the University of Melbourne, Australia and Victoria University at Wellington, New Zealand.

The Double degree master program offers two major of study as following:

 

DOUBLE DEGREE PROGRAM IN PUBLIC POLICY AND MANAGEMENT

The Double Degree Program in Public Administration is a master level education program managed by the Public Administration Masters Program, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Hasanuddin University in collaboration with the Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences, the University of Melbourne, Australia.
This two-year program allows students to obtain two Masters degrees at once, namely:
– Hasanuddin University (MAP or Masters in Public Administration)
– University of Melbourne (MPPM or Master of Policy and Public Management)

 

DOUBLE DEGREE PROGRAM IN ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT (E-GOVERNMENT)

The Double Degree Program in E-Government is a master’s degree program (with a double degree scheme) managed by the Public Administration Masters Program, Faculty of Social and Political Sciences, Hasanuddin University in collaboration with the School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand. Students can obtain a master’s degree from two universities, namely:
– Hasanuddin University (MAP or Masters in Public Administration)
– Victoria University of Wellington (MEGov or Master of e-Government)

Admission information of the Public Administration Masters Program and Double Degree Master Program can be accessed at https://pasca.unhas.ac.id/

Admission Requirements:

  • Graduates from accredited tertiary institutions and study programs;
  • A Bachelor degree with a minimum GPA 3.0 or equivalent and sufficient knowledge of public administration or relevant fields.
  • Relevant working experience is an advantage.
  • A Pass Certificate (SKL) is permitted provided that a copy of the original certificate must be submitted to the AdmissionCommittee before re-registration.
  • Never stated Drop Out (DO) at Hasanuddin University at the same level of education.

 

Admission Requirements for Double Degree Master Program:

  • The criteria for the first year (first semester) are determined by Hasanuddin University as follows:
  • A Bachelor or Diploma IV graduate from a Domestic College / College that is accredited by BAN-PT or a foreign university recognized by Higher Education.
  • Following the Entrance Selection for Hasanuddin University Postgraduate Program which includes Academic Potential Test (TPA) and English (TOEFL standard).
  • The selection schedule can be seen on the page http://pasca.unhas.ac.id/
  • Obtain a minimum TPA result of 450 and a minimum IELTS test result of 6.5 (other than the results of the English test at the time of entry selection for the Unhas Postgraduate Program)
  • The criteria for the second year (second semester) are determined by the University of Melbourne and Victoria University of Wellington, namely:
    • The Grade Point Average (GPA) at the end of the first semester at the University of Indonesia is at least 3.00
    • Complete all courses determined by the Public Administration Masters Program at the end of the first semester.
    • An overall IELTS score of at least 6.5 with no score below 6.0 and writing at least 6.5, or a minimum IBT TOEFL of 90 with a minimum writing score of 24.
    • Following the Administration Process for new students at partner universities.
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