Masters of Arts in Governance

Compare 3 Master of Art Degrees in Governance

A master's degree is an academic degree granted to individuals who have undergone study demonstrating a mastery or high-order overview of a specific field of study or area of professional practice.

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MA in Governance and Development

BRAC University
Campus Full time 1 year September 2019 Bangladesh Dhaka

The MA in Governance and Development programme (MAGD) is designed to enhance knowledge and skills of individuals so that they can elevate themselves, above on to a broader environment and acquire, necessary skills to confront the complexities of development in the context of their societies, against the backdrop of increased globalization. [+]

MA IN GOVERNANCE AND DEVELOPMENT

Changes in the global and regional level affect governance and development at the national level of a country. Therefore, the civil servants of a country; must not only keep abreast of these changes but also be equipped with the ability to understand and analyze these changes and adapt them to the national interest of the country.

The MA in Governance and Development programme (MAGD) is designed to enhance knowledge and skills of individuals so that they can elevate themselves, above on to a broader environment and acquire, necessary skills to confront the complexities of development in the context of their societies, against the backdrop of increased globalization.... [-]


Master of Arts in Science and Technology Studies: Economies, Governance, Life

Goethe University Frankfurt
Campus Full time 4 semesters October 2018 Germany Frankfurt

This English-language MA program offers students foundational knowledge in the international research program called “Science and Technology Studies”, an interdisciplinary endeavor addressing scientific expertise, technologies and economic developments as factors shaping contemporary societies. [+]

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This English-language MA program offers students foundational knowledge in the international research program called “Science and Technology Studies”, an interdisciplinary endeavor addressing scientific expertise, technologies and economic developments as factors shaping contemporary societies. Designed to give students the opportunity to understand science and technology as social practice and as powerful economic, political, and cultural forces, the MA program draws connections across disciplinary boundaries, linking cultural anthropology with sociology and human geography. Exemplary fields of that students can specialize in will be global economies, the development of digital technologies, infrastructures and governance, and the ways in which advancements in the biosciences change human-environment relations and the notions of what is considered human.... [-]


Master of Arts in European Studies (Governing Europe)

University of Amsterdam
Campus Full time 12 months September 2019 Netherlands Amsterdam

This European Studies Master's offers a unique combination of social science and humanities approaches to understanding and analysing the ways in which contemporary Europe and the EU are governed and the many challenges they face. [+]

This European Studies Master's offers a unique combination of social science and humanities approaches to understanding and analysing the ways in which contemporary Europe and the EU are governed and the many challenges they face.

Contemporary Europe and the EU

Europe is confronted today by a growing number of ‘crises’ – economic, political but also cultural. Recent responses to these crises have severely strained both support for the European project as well as cross-European solidarity. The rise of populist and anti-immigrant movements is just one example of this shift, but so too are institutional challenges to further European integration and proposals for a ‘multi-speed Europe’. This Master's combines social science and humanities approaches to understand and analyse this complex environment, relating the various political, legal and economic developments of contemporary Europe to insights from the humanities.... [-]