Executive Master of Public Administration
The Executive Master of Public Administration is a two year part-time post graduate degree. Ten subjects are delivered by the Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) and participating universities.
Core teaching focuses on public sector management, policy design and implementation, qualitative and quantitative analysis, economics, law and regulation, organisational change and leadership. A work based research project and the provision of a mentor are included as part of the program.
Participants are drawn from government jurisdictions across Australia and New Zealand. Classes are held in varying capital cities.
Detailed course information is available from ANZSOG.
The NSW target group is high performing employees at Grade 11/12 (or equivalent) to Band 2 executives.
The initial application process is coordinated by public sector agencies with final selection completed and funded by the Public Service Commission.
Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA) Application Process
The 2016 application process will take place from 26 August 2015 to 13 October 2015.
Please read the guidelines and information before completing your application
EMPA Application Guidelines and Information
EMPA Application Forms