Public Sector Management


Specific qualifications

  • Knowledge improvement in the field of planning, organization and coordination of the activities in the public sector and use of the specific language in communicating with the other elements of the overall social environment.
  • Study of the management of the public institutions and authorities.
  • The capacity to analyze and synthesize the processes and phenomena specific to the organization and functioning of the public authorities.
  • Use of the field knowledge in order to approach and clarify the newly created situations in the public service quality assurance process.
  • The capacity to make transversal connections and to identify the complex relations between specific events and data.
  • The use of innovation in the decision-making process within the public sector by applying qualitative and quantitative methods.
  • The capacity to act independently and creatively in approaching and solving problems, to objectively and constructively assess critical states, to solve problems in a creative manner, and to communicate results in a demonstrative way.
  • The creative application of complex assessment methods and techniques in the management and evaluation process.
  • The capacity to lead and to work in a team, applying mixed techniques of assessing public policies.
  • Drawing up complex research projects by means of developing investment project management and project team-work skills.
  • Elaborating an integrated public management plan for institutional programmes and projects
  • Explore the world of theory and practice of the public sector.
  • Get relevant knowledge on what managing public organizations means and how you can acquire a top public manager position.
  • Gain a strong inter-disciplinary theoretical foundation in E-government, European resources, quality management, project management, public marketing and non-profit organizations.
  • Acquire the skills that will enable you to effectively and efficiently develop and implement strategic planning for the public sector.

Benefit from classes in English and improve your communicative competence in a foreign language, with focus on the public sector terminology.


For us, the competitiveness of our graduates on the job market represents a continuous pursuit.

Studying at The Faculty of Public Administration will help our students:

- become LEADERS and understand the mission of different organizations, public interest and ethics, while also gaining conflict resolution skills and learning to value diversity and multiculturalism

- be efficient MANAGERS, by learning to analyze organizational structures and processes, budgets and judicial norms

- value TEAMWORK and understand the need to be responsible

- INNOVATE, by familiarizing themselves with theories concerning the management of change, organizational experiment design and risk management

- learn how to RESEARCH, in order to make managerial projections, to analyze public opinion and elaborate public policy projects

- better COMMUNICATE, in order to understand and express the needs of the communities they represent

Faculty of Public Administration graduates can work in the following fields: public, national, and European institutions and authorities (state departments, ministries, city halls, prefectures, the national parliament, European Union institutions), national and multinational organizations, non-governmental or non-profit organizations, schools, high schools, universities, adult education centers, etc.


The “Public Sector Management” programme is accredited at the European level starting in 2011 By EAPAA, Holland.

Duration: 2 years (4 semesters, 120 ECTS)

Type of education: full-time

Language: English


First year classes (60 ECTS):

First semester: Administrative Law of Goods; Bases of Public Sector; Public Marketing; Strategies for e-Government.

Second semester: Organization and Human Resources Management; Principles and tactics of negotiation; Management of non-profit organizations; Strategic Management; Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods in the Public Sector.

Second Year classes (60 credite)

First semester: Accounting and Audit of Public Institutions; Comparative Analysis in the Public Sector; Internship; Consultancy, Design and Evaluation of Programs for the Public Sector; Quality Management in the Public Sector.

Second semester: Public Policy Analysis for Managers; Economic Analysis of Public Decisions; Project Management for Public Sector Investments; Public Financial Management; Methods and techniques for writing the dissertation.