MSU Invited Applications for Administrative Programme

Published: 30th March 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 30th March 2015 10:02 AM   |  A+A-


HYDERABAD: Missouri State University (MSU), long-established university of mid-west US, has invited applications for its administrative studies graduate programme, titled Master of Science in Administrative Studies (MSAS). The inter-disciplinary programme is aimed at enhancing administrative abilities with core focus in areas like cyber security, applied communication, criminal justice, homeland security, environmental management, sports management, and screenwriting.

The programme is designed for candidates with established career paths with a minimum of three years of work experience. Students can take course work that builds competencies in organisational communication, information systems and research

The MSAS programme prepares an individual for a variety of administrative positions.

Successful completion of the programme would not only expand a student’s knowledge base and skills for enhanced administrative roles within organisations, but also make him/her a global citizen, given his interaction with cross-culture peers, faculty and relevant industry people during internships.

The session of the programme will start in July 2015. The duration of course is 18 Months to two Years. Tuition fees for the course is Rs 10,33,799.

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