Development, Social Policy and Planning programs

Development, Social Policy and Planning programs

Development, Social Policy and Planning programs

Development, Social Policy and Planning programs offer social research, social impact assessment and social policy development and evaluation. You will learn interdisciplinary subjects as you develop creative and innovative approaches to communicating social planning challenges.

Who choose Development, Social Policy and Planning?

Development, Social Policy and Planning program is for you if you are the one who really interested in social science and people’s behavior. Applicants must be truly organized and know how to plan not only your time but also a time of the team. They should know how to work in a team and be responsible for their decisions.

Why choose Development, Social Policy and Planning?

The Master’s programs in Development, Social Policy and Planning main aim is to prepare students to establish the core professional and personal skills required to work in social policy and to engage in professional practices in social development. This involves getting critical knowledge and skills in analysing and appreciating policy issues and the ability to formulate and measure policy options that ensure effective, appropriate and sustainable outcomes, uphold social justice and improve social well-being.

The Doctor of Development, Social Policy and Planning programs offer established professionals in the public, private, and nonprofit sectors a high-level academic experience to enhance their leadership capabilities, to extend their knowledge of policy, administration, planning and development, and to empower them in designing frameworks and strategies for the sophisticated problem solving.

Entry requirements for Development, Social Policy and Planning programs

Those who wish to apply for undergraduate study programs in Accounting need to be fluent in English. Applicants whose native language is other from English need to provide certificates (TOEFL or IELTS) to prove language proficiency.

For a Master’s degree in Development, Social Policy and Planning you need to prove a Bachelor’s degree. Preference will be given to applicants with a background in social sciences or work experiences relevant to social policy and social development.

For Doctor’s degree applicants are expected to hold a Master’s degree in planning, public policy, public administration, leadership, real-estate development, or a closely related field. Applicants without master’s degrees in an appropriate field will be expected to complete foundation courses prior to entering the degree core courses in consultation with the appropriate degree director.

Structure of undergraduate study programs in Development, Social Policy and Planning

Development, Social Policy and Planning programs mostly include these compulsory subjects: Policy Research Method, Social Context and ethics, Social Policy Analysis and Social Accountability, Social Planning and the Policy Process, Theory and Practice of Social Development, Integrative Project.

Development, Social Policy and Planning programs also incorporate such elective subjects as: Assessing Globalization and Social Development, Contemporary Issues in Social Policy, Comparative Social Policy and Social Development, Digital Technologies and Social Development, Emerging Issues of Social Policy in Asia, Quantitative Methods for Policy Research and Evaluation, Social Impact Assessment, Social Policy and Social Development in China, Social Policy Evaluation, Organization Theories and Analysis.

Development, Social Policy and Planning programs are designed to bring together theory and practice to give students an opportunity to meet challenges in social policy.

Development, Social Policy and Planning programs build on the Foundation curriculum and prepares students for leadership in human service organizations.

Career options for Development, Social Policy and Planning graduates

Graduates of Development, Social Policy and Planning programs ca choose a career in a variety of fields. They can work as Administrative or Executive Officers in different departments of the government responsible for planning and conducting, policy analysis and policy option development or as research and administrative officers or assistants assisting elected Councillors. They can be policy, research and administrative personnel in the non-government sector, including those NGOs working for social development and advocating better social policy making. Graduates of Development, Social Policy and Planning programs can also choose a career as managers in private businesses and social enterprises responsible for developing, implementing and managing corporate social responsibility policies and programs and activities.

Unconditionally, there are far more career options for Graduates of Development, Social Policy and Planning programs: managers, supervisors, team leaders, and coordinators of service programs, program planners and evaluators, organizational specialists, including staff developers and trainers, equal employment opportunity officers, information systems managers, and budget and policy analysts, chief executive officers, executive directors, or administrators within human service organizations, community developers and organizers, and client advocates.

Best Universities

According to QS Top Universities Ranking, the best Institution with Development, Social Policy and Planning programs is University of Sussex. Admission requirements for this University and information for international students can be found on our website in the university’s profile.

The list of other world leading universities holding Development, Social Policy and Planning study programs includes: Harvard University, University of Oxford, SOAS University of London, University of Cambridge, University of California, Berkeley, London School of Economics and Political Science, Stanford University, The Australian National University, University of Copenhagen (Denmark).

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