- Initial training - continuing education
- Standard rhythm
Presentation of the training
The second year of Public Administration Bachelor program - specializing in public management provides management courses in continuity with the Bachelor 1 in human sciences, law and economics. In addition, there are courses in public management as well as the fundamental disciplines of management: finance-accounting, human resources, marketing-communication.
This second year of the Bachelor's degree allows a deeper understanding of the public environment, its changes and a presentation of management functions and tools.
The general objective of the Public Administration Degree is to offer a progressive acquisition of multidisciplinary knowledge in the field of law-economy-management, extended to human sciences, information and communication sciences and applied to the context of a changing public sector.
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Student having validated a first year of training in the fields of law, economics, management.
- Searching and analyzing information in management
- Mobilizing management functions to apply them to professional practices
- Analyzing management situations to offer operational recommendations
- Using one’s knowledge to take administrative exams
- Writing a structured academic dissertation
- Expressing oneself in a professional situation
- Writing and expressing oneself in several languages with a managerial and sectorial vocabulary
- Mastering the manager's ICTs
- Writing collectively
Social and relational skills
- Presenting orally in front of an audience and with ICTs
- Working in groups and with collaborative ICTs
- Preparing to enter the workplace
Organization of the training
The courses are semestrial in the form of lectures (CM) and tutorials (TD). 1st semester = 255 hrs. (S3) - 2nd semester 225 hrs. (S4) - Year 480 hrs.
A compulsory internship of at least 6 weeks must be completed.
Projects of professional role-playing are compulsory during the course of the training.
Content of the training
Fundamental aspects of Public Management (9 ECTS)
New modes of public / private action
Public administration reforms
Media and Organizational Behavior (6 ECTS)
Practices and tools of the public communicator in the ICT era
Psychology for management
Deepening of Public Law (6 ECTS)
Public action law
Public Employment Law
Contemporary Economic Logic (6 ECTS)
Contemporary Economic Policy Analysis
Merchant and non-market trade
EU pre-professionalization III (3 ECTS)
Personal and professional project
Fundamental aspects of Human Resources Management (4 ECTS)
Human Resources Management
TD Human Resources Management
Marketing and Communication Fundamental aspects (4 ECTS)
Marketing and communication
TD marketing and communication
Fundamental aspects of Accounting and Financial Management (4 ECTS)
Accounting management and financial analysis
TD Accounting Management and Financial Analysis
Production management and management tools (3 ECTS)
Production management and management tools
TD Production Management and Management Tools
English (3 ECTS)
Computer Science (3 ECTS)
EU pre-professionalization IV (6 ECTS)
Methods of written and oral expression
Management Tools Report Methodology
Internship (6 weeks minimum) and Multidisciplinary report on management tools
Option (3 ECTS) Choose 1 course from 4.
Methodology of the administrative competition
Modern language 2 (Spanish, Italian, German)
Continuation of studies
Access to this course is open to students who have completed the first two semesters of a Bachelor degree in the field of law, economics and management, such as those who have completed the first two years of the Bachelor degree in Public Administration - Public Management Course (IMPGT) or equivalent diplomas (preparatory classes, BTS and DUT, etc.).
Access is also possible through the Validation of Acquired Experience. A V.A.P (Validation of Professional Experience) or V.E.S (Validation of Higher Education) procedure can enable students to enter the second year.