course for students enrolled september 1, 2015 and after.
|Uddannelse||International Public Administration and Politics|
|Kursustype||Kandidat 1. modul|
Sign up for the course via STADS-self-service: Between 1st and 15th May 2016.
ONLY for students enrolled 1st September 2016: Please register via STADS-self-service between 1st and 31st August 2016.
LEARNING GOALS Knowledge • Knowledge about how the civil servant’s position and role is being changed and challenged by a context in which policy problems and solutions commonly cross territorial, administrative and sectoral borders • Knowledge about how position and role of a civil servant varies according to administrative levels, political processes and multi-level decision making processes. • Knowledge about the civil servant’s communication need and methods in an intercultural context. Skills • Analyse the civil servant’s position and role according to different administrative levels, governance modes and stages in the policy process. • Analyse and react to challenges facing modern public administration in the above mentioned context. Competencies • Manage a professional situation under time constraints and be able to prioritise and structure time and matter. • Give and receive constructive feedback on one’s own and others work • Communicate professional knowledge in an easy accessible way both orally and written.
The course focuses on the many roles assigned civil servants in times when public policy problems often cross territorial, administrative and sectoral boundaries and, moreover, in times when the way in which these problems are addressed often rely on different modes of governance. The course further focuses on the civil servants’ different communicative tasks and methods used depending on where in the administrative structures the civil servant is working and at which point in the policy process the communication is meant to play a role.
Reinalda, Bob (2013) Routledge Handbook of International Organization, Routledge. You have free accessto the electronic book in the RUC library through the link: http://molly.ruc.dk/login?url=http://ruc.eblib.com/patron/FullRecord.aspx?p=1211720. Plus additional academic articles and books chapters; policy/legal documents for each lecture that you will find on moodle.
Students of International Public Administration and Politics
In order to gain access to the final examination each student must hand in two assignments during the course and the final 48-hour written assignment - (the policy brief): Oral examination on the basis of this written assignment.
Look at the study curriculum
1st assignment: The dates for this assignment will be given to you by the course convener
2nd assignment: The dates for this assignment will be given to you by the course convener
The final assignment will be sent out on 14th December at 10 a.m.. and you must upload your paper in https://eksamen.ruc.dk before 16th December at 10.00 a.m.
Final examination: oral examination on the basis of a written assignment: 12th - 13th January 2017 in building 24.1.063 and preparation in 24.1.021
|Undervisningsansvarlig|| Sevasti Chatzopoulou (firstname.lastname@example.org )
|Kursussekretær|| Pernille Kaplan (email@example.com )
|Underviser|| Peter Triantafillou (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Sevasti Chatzopoulou (email@example.com )
Bodil Damgaard (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Kirsten Mogensen (email@example.com )
Jacob Torfing (firstname.lastname@example.org )
Ole Helby Petersen (email@example.com )