Master of Public Policy - MPP
The Enap’s Master of Public Policy (MPP) is a graduate certificate program for high-level civil servants of Brazil and other partner countries focused on developing leadership competences and strengthening hard and soft skills.
Quem pode se inscrever?
Middle-senior civil servants or employees who perform or expect to perform strategic functions in the coming years in the design, implementation or evaluation of public policies at the local, state or national level.
To train national and foreign leaders of high performance in Public Administration with internationally recognized courses and materials.
a) To offer a wide range of multidisciplinary skills and competences that can be applied in the development of innovative solutions to a wide range of societal problems;
b) To communicate knowledge about public policies, bringing innovative, internationally recognized methodologies and approaches that allow students to apply their knowledge in their daily lives as a public sector professional; and
c) To strengthen the executive staff of the public sector through the development of leadership skills, necessary for the formation of agents of change capable of improving the quality of life of people and their communities, in Brazil and abroad.
The Teaching-Application learning methodology will be applied for the organization of programs and definition of didactic-pedagogical strategies. Teaching-application, a learning methodology inspired by educational constructivism, consists of promoting learning by bringing students, subjects of their learning, closer to the specific issues and situations of government practice, incorporating the knowledge they have as a result of their experience.
The theoretical contents will be followed by case analysis so that students can make sense of the complex scenarios where policies are designed, implemented and evaluated. Students will be invited to identify issues and seek public policy solutions through the use of rigorous concepts, theories, evidence and data.
The methodology to be adopted in each subject with specific content will be defined by the professor, in dialogue with the course coordination and based on Enap's guidelines and suggestions to be offered in a specific document on methodological guidelines and in planning meetings.
Enap's specialization courses strive to integrate and apply the contents taught through the Applied Integrating Discipline (DIA). DIA consists of a knowledge integration laboratory for innovation and improvement of public management practice, with experimentation activities that take place throughout the course, between blocks of disciplines. At each meeting, themes relevant to the group of subjects previously taught are summarized, with the application of knowledge to specific cases.
At the MPP, the strategy for content integration and application includes the discussion of public policy challenges outlined by the students in their personal statements. These challenges will be discussed on at the DIA. They should also be compiled and made available to the course's instructors so that course discussions can address topics directly relevant to the students’ professional realities.
Fundamentals of the Policy Making Process
Microeconomic Policy & Analysis
Empirical Methods for Policy Making
Law, Economics and Public Policy Making
Effective Management in Public Service
Innovation in Government
Colloquium on Public Policies in Brazil and other Middle-Income Countries
Leadership in the Public Sector
New Technologies and eGovernment
Applied Integrating Discipline (DIA)
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