UNDERGRADUATE

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PA 11 - INTRO TO PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.
Understanding of the language and basic concepts of public administration and its development as a field of study.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 108 - PHILIPPINE ADMINISTRATIVE THOUGHT AND INSTITUTIONS.
Theories and ideas underlying the Philippine administrative system; the general structure of the Philippine bureaucracy; its principal operating features, including the personnel system, the financial system, the processes of policy-making, national-local relations, and major problems areas.
Prerequisite: PA 11, or consent of instructor
Credit: 3 units

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PA 111 - MANAGEMENT OF ORGANIZATIONS.
Understanding the major theories and practices of organization and management, and their relevance to the Philippines.
Prerequisite: PA 11
Credit: 3 units

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PA 113 - OFFICE AND SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT.
The management of a government office, with emphasis on records and property management, systems improvement, modern office equipment, and the design and implementation of a management information system.
Prerequisite: PA 111 or consent of instructor
Credit: 3 units

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PA 121 -PUBLIC PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION.
Survey of developments and current trends in personnel management. An introduction to basic personnel techniques, such as position classification and selection.
Prerequisite: PA 11
Credit: 3 units

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PA 131 - PUBLIC FISCAL ADMINISTRATION.
The organization and procedure of efficient fiscal management including tax administration, expenditure control, auditing, purchasing, and debt administration.
Prerequisite: PA 11
Credit: 3 units

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PA 132 - PUBLIC ACCOUNTING AND BUDGETING.
Budgeting and accounting for the government service.
Prerequisite: PA 131
Credit: 3 units

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PA 141 - PUBLIC POLICY AND PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION.
Public policy formulation and implementation; administration and evaluation of public programs.
Prerequisite: PA 11
Credit: 3 units

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PA 142 - TOOLS FOR POLICY ANALYSIS.
Principles, concepts and techniques for systematic analysis and decision - making in public policy and management.
Prerequisite: PA 141
Credit: 3 units

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PA 143 - PROGRAM AND PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND MANAGEMENT
Concepts, methods and processes in planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating programs and projects.
Prerequisite: PA 141
Credit: 3 units

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PA 146 - ADMINISTRATIVE LAW.
An examination of basic principles of law with which the administrator should be familiar; judicial enforcement of administrative decisions, and legal remedies against administrative action.
Prerequisite: PA 11, Pol.Sc. 11
Credit: 3 units

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PA 151 - LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION.
The administrative organizations and operations of local governments; the structure and processes of regional administration.
Prerequisite: PA 11; Credit: 3 units.

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PA 160 - POLITICS AND ADMINISTRATION.
Consideration of political goals of the nation, including nation building, legitimacy and other issues of political development, the role of the bureaucracy in their attainment, reciprocal influence of politics and administration.
Prerequisite: PA 108, Pol.Sc. 11
Credit: 3 units

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PA 161 - ETHICS AND ACCOUNTABILITY IN THE PUBLIC SERVICE.
Ethical questions and behavior in the public service and the issue of administrative accountability.
Credit: 3 units.

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PA 172 - PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND THE ECONOMIC SYSTEM.
Consideration of the economic role of government; principal forms of governmental intervention in the economy; and the role of public administration in the implementation of economic policies.
Prerequisite: PA 11 and Econ 11
Credit: 3 units

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PA 181 - INTERNSHIP IN GOVERNMENTAL ADMINISTRATION.
Practical experience in government offices under the supervision of a faculty member of the College.
Prerequisite: 12 units of public administration
Credit: 6 units

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PA 191 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.
Prerequisite: PA 111, 121 or 131

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PA 199 - RESEARCH METHODS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.
Introduction to research design, documentation, analysis and other research methods in public administration, and the use of computers in data processing and analysis.
Prerequisite: Stat 101
Credit:3 units

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PA 199.1 – RESEARCH METHODS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION I
Introduction to research design, documentation, analysis and other research methods in public administration, and the use of computers in data processing and analysis.
Prerequisite: Stat 101
Credit: 3 units

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PA 199.2 – RESEARCH METHODS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION II
The conduct of research through the administration of a data gathering instrument, analysis of data collected and the writing of a research report.
Prerequisite: PA 199.1
Credit: 3 units


GRADUATE STUDIES - MPA

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PA 201 - THEORY AND PRACTICE OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.
Ideas, issues and trends in the theory and practice of public administration and national development.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 208 - THE PHIL. ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM.
Nature, processes and dynamics of the Philippine administrative system and its role in national development.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 210 - ORGANIZATION STUDIES.
Theories, processes and techniques involved in organization and management and personnel administration.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 211 - ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT.
Theories, processes and techniques involved in the organization and management of the national government and its agencies.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 212 - MANAGEMENT PLANNING AND CONTROL.
Processes and techniques in administrative planning, organizational analysis and control, such as aspects of PERT/CPM, linear programming, operations research.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 213 - ADMINISTRATIVE COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION MANAGEMENT.
Information technology and communication processes in management; the design, installation and operation of computerized management information systems in government.
Credits: 3 units.

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PA 219 - SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN GOVERNMENTAL ORGANIZATION AND MANAGEMENT.
Prerequisite: PA 211
Credit: 3 units

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PA 221- PUBLIC PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION.
Organization, processes and procedures in public personnel administration at the central and operating agency levels.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 224 - HUMAN BEHAVIOR IN ORGANIZATIONS.
Theories and models of individual and group behavior in organizations; fundamentals of organization behavior. Supervision and motivation of workers. Problems of interpersonal relationships.
Credit: 3
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PA 227 - HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT.
The Government’s manpower development policies and plans as they relate to public personnel in general and to selected agency manpower planning programs in particular. Forecasting for manpower needs at the agency level. Developing programs to meet such needs.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 229 - SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN PUBLIC PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION.
Prerequisite: PA 221
Credit: 3 units

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PA 230 –FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN GOVERNMENT.
Financial management including financial planning, budget analysis and preparation, accounting, cash management & financial accountability in a government organization.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 231 - PUBLIC FISCAL ADMINISTRATION.
Organization, processes and procedures of fiscal administration covering such areas as revenue administration, budgeting, accounting, auditing and inter-governmental fiscal relations.
Credit: 3 units.

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PA 232 - GOVERNMENTAL ACCOUNTING.
Fund accounting of governmental units; includes budgeting, tax levels, appropriations and accounting for revenue and expenditures.

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PA 233 - GOVERNMENTAL BUDGETING.
Development of modern budget systems with emphasis on processes and problems of budget formulation and implementation.
Credit: 3 units.

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PA 234 - GOVERNMENTAL AUDITING AND FINANCIAL CONTROL.
Principles, processes and practices of governmental auditing and governmental financial controls.
Prerequisite: PA 231 or consent of instructor
Credit: 3 units

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PA 235 - FISCAL POLICY AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
Examination of the revenue, expenditure and borrowing functions of government as policy instruments for development.

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PA 236 - REVENUE AND TREASURY MANAGEMENT.
Principles, processes and practices in revenue and treasury management.
Prerequisite PA 231 or consent of instructor
Credit: 3 units

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PA 239 - SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN FISCAL MANAGEMENT.
Prerequisite: PA 231
Credit: 3 units

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PA 241 -PUBLIC POLICY AND PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION.
Concepts, methods, organization and processes of policy-making, analysis and implementation; substantive, methodological and practical issues of public policy and implementation.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 242.1 - METHODS OF POLICY ANALYSIS I.
An examination of major concepts, principles and methods of economic analysis and their applications to problems of public policy.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 242.2 -METHODS OF POLICY ANALYSIS II.
Quantitative and non-quantitative methods in the analysis of public policy; includes public-sector economics and benefit-cost analysis, linear programming, decision analysis, and other optimization techniques; problems in applying these methods and techniques.
Prerequisite: PA 242.1
Credit: 3 units

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PA 243 - PROJECT PLANNING AND MANAGEMENT.
Systematic analysis, planning, implementation and evaluation of projects.
Prerequisite: PA 241 or consent of instructor
Credit: 3 units

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PA 244 – THE POLICY PROCESS.
Methodological, environmental institutional & substantive issues in the policy cycle, including in-depth analysis of specific substantive policy issues.
Prerequisite: PA 242.1
Credit 3 units

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PA 245 - PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT AND ADMINISTRATION.
Policy formation and implementation at the program level; program budgeting, organization, management, and service delivery.
Prerequisite: PA 241 or consent of instructor
Credit: 3 units

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PA 247 - POLICY PAPER.
Prerequisite: PA 241 or consent of instructor
Credit: 3 units

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PA 248 - WORKSHOP IN POLICY ANALYSIS.
Practicum in the design, execution, and application of policy analysis methods.
Prerequisite: PA 242 and PA 243 or consent of instructor
Credit: 3 units

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PA 249 - SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN PUBLIC POLICY AND PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 251- LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION.
Theoretical and empirical perspectives of local government and regional administration; issues on central-local relations, community and institutional development and area management.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 252 - RURAL ADMINISTRATION AND DEVELOPMENT.
Roles of local, regional and central institutions in rural development and service administration; planning, organization, personnel and management concepts and methods for local and area agencies; community organization and participation in rural development programs and projects.
Prerequisite: PA 251
Credit: 3 units

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PA 253- URBAN & METROPOLITAN ADMINISTRATION & DEVELOPMENT.
Roles of local, metropolitan and central institutions in urban development and service administration; urban and metropolitan planning, organization and management concepts and methods; community organization and participation; problems and issues in the administration of urban and metropolitan development.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 254 - LOCAL AND REGIONAL FINANCE.
Principles, techniques, and practices in local and regional financial planning and administration. Patterns of revenues and expenditures, fiscal organization, management, and control.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 257 - LOCAL AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLANNING.
Technical and institutional aspects of rural and urban planning and administration.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 258 - COMPARATIVE LOCAL POLITICS AND ADMINISTRATION.
Comparative study of local governments, community power, policy making, administrative systems and strategies for development.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 259 - SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND REGIONAL ADMINISTRATION.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 261 - THE PHILIPPINE PUBLIC ENTERPRISE SYSTEM.
The nature of public enterprises; relationship between the government and the public enterprise sector; issues of managerial autonomy, public accountability, and the role of the state in the economy.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 262 - FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT IN PUBLIC ENTERPRISES.
Financial planning, budgeting, accounting and control in public enterprises.
Prerequisite: PA 261
Credit: 3 units

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PA 264 - ECONOMICS OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES.
Economic analysis of the nature, output, pricing, investment, and decision - making processes of public enterprises; the interplay of economic and non-economic factors.
Prerequisite: PA 261
Credit: 3
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PA 268 - SEMINAR IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES
Prerequisite: PA 261, PA 262, PA 264 or related courses
Credit: 3 units

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PA 269 - SPECIAL TOPICS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PUBLIC ENTERPRISES.
Prerequisite: PA 261 and consent of instructor
Credit: 3 units

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PA 271 - PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND SOCIAL CHANGE.
The interaction of administrative and social factors in Filipino national development; the social constraints on administrative behavior. Credit: 3 units

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PA 272 - PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND THE ECONOMY.
The interaction of administrative and economic systems in the Philippines; government regulation of business and labor; and the use of government corporations and development authorities.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 277 - ADMINISTRATIVE INNOVATION AND REFORM.
Instituting innovations and reforms to enhance administrative capability in national development.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 291 - SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.
Credit: 3 units.

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PA 292 - THE ADMINISTRATOR IN THE PHILIPPINE PUBLIC SERVICE.
This course is designed to make the students self-conscious about the changing demands on their jobs and competencies as mid-career administrators in the Philippine public service. They will be required to undertake selected readings on executive development and related topics and to write a paper reflecting on their career experience and prospects.
Credit: 3 units.

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PA 298 - SEMINAR IN GOVERNMENTAL MANAGEMENT.
Credit: 3 units.

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PA 299 - RESEARCH METHODS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION.
Application of scientific methods to the study and practice of public administration.
Credit: 3 units.

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PA 300 - MASTER’S THESIS.
Credit: 6 units.


 

 GRADUATE STUDIES - DPA

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PA 301 - THEORIES OF ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEMS.
Analysis of outstanding theories of administrative organization, behavior and action.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 302 - HISTORY OF ADMINISTRATIVE THOUGHT.
A survey of the history of administrative ideas.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 303 - SEMINAR ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE IMPLICATIONS OF DEVELOPMENTAL MODELS.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 305 - SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN ADMINISTRATIVE THEORY.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 312 - SEMINAR ON THE ADMINISTRATION OF POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT.
Models, theories and administrative aspects of political development.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 323 - SEMINAR ON THE ADMINISTRATION OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT.
Models, theories, and administrative aspects of social development.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 324 - SPECIAL ISSUES ON THE ADMINISTRATION OF SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 327 - COMPARATIVE DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION.
Comparative analysis of the developmental functions of public administration in selected countries.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 329 - SPECIAL PROBLEMS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 331 - SEMINAR ON THE ADMINISTRATION OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
Models, theories, and administrative aspects of economic development.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 332 - SPECIAL ISSUES ON THE ADMINISTRATION OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 350 - SEMINAR ON LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND URBAN AFFAIRS.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 359 -COMPARATIVE LOCAL GOVERNMENT ADMINISTRATION.
Local government systems in selected countries with particular emphasis on the changing role of local government in national development.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 393 - READINGS IN PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION I.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 399 - ADVANCED METHODOLOGY IN ADMINISTRATIVE SCIENCE.
Advanced methods and techniques in organizational and managerial research, including aspects of operations research and data processing.
Credit: 3 units

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PA 400 - DOCTORAL DISSERTATION.
Credit: 12 units


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