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Мемлекеттік және жергілікті басқару бакалавриат бағдарламалары

Бағдарлама туралы
Мемлекеттік және жергілікті басқару бакалавриаты бағдарламасы Қазақстан мен Орталық Азия аймағында мемлекеттік саясат, әкімшілік, басұару және қаржылық менеджмент саласындағы үздік әлемдік стандарттарға сәйкес келетін білім мен ғылыми-зерттеу жүргізуді ұсынады.

Бағдарламада білі ала отыра сіз:

  • Мемлекеттік, жеке және үкіметтік емес құрылымдарда интеллектуалды және практикалық пәнаралық тәсілдерді қолдану арқылы жоғары сұранысқа ие болатын мансаптқа дайындаласыз
  • Түрлі сектордың үнемі өзгерістеріне бейімделе алатын табысты зерттеуші, саясатты анықтаушы тұлға немесе басқарушы болу үшін қажетті аналитикалық және практикалық дағдыларға машықтанасыз

Оқытушы құрам
АҚШ, Канада, Нидерланды және Ұлыбритания сияқты батыс жоо-ларында алған әлемдік деңгейдегі докторлық дәрежесі бар тәжірибелі шетелдік және отандық оқытушылар бағдарламаны жүргізеді. Барлық оқытушылар белсенді түрде зерттеулер жүргізеді және жоғары деңгейдегі халықаралық басылымдарда үнемі мақалаларын жариялайды.

Ұлттық рейтинг және халықаралық аккредитация

  • Білімдік бағдарламалардың ұлттық рейтингісі: жоғары білімдік бағдарламалар (БСҚБТА мәліметтеріне сәйкес):  2016 жылдан бастап бүгінгі күнге дейін «Мемлекеттік және жергілікті басқару» мамандығы бойынша рейтингте жүлделі орындар
  • Мемлекеттік басқару мамандығы бойынша Мемлекеттік басқару саласында аккредиттеудің еуропалық қауымдастығымен (ЕРАА) аккердиттелген Орталық Азиядағы жалғыз бағдарлама
  • Іскерлік әкімшілік бағдарламасын халықаралық аккредиттеу қорынан бағдарламаның халықаралық аккредитациясы бар

Халықаралық ұйымдарға мүшелік:
Мемлекеттік басқару және мәселелері мектептерінің ұлттық қауымдастығы (NASPAA), Мемлекеттік басқару және әкімшілдік мектептері мен институттарының Азия-Тынық мұхит өңірлік желісі (NAPSIPAG), Әкімшілдік интституттары мен мектептерінің халықаралық қауымдастығы (IASIA) және Орталық және Шығыс Еуропа мемлекеттік басқару институттары мен мектептерінің желісі (NISPAcee).

Шетелде оқу мүмкіндіктері
Көптеген халықаралық әріптес жоо-лармен бір немесе екі семестрлік алмасу бағдарламасы студенттерге әлемді жаңа қырынан ашу мүмкіндігін ұсынады. Шетелдіе жоо-да алынған кредиттер КИМЭП бағдарламаларына ауыстырылады.

Мемлекеттік және жергілікті басқару саласында әлеуметтік ғылымдар бакалавры дәрежесін алу үшін 146 КИМЭП кредиттерін/240 ECTS алу қажет.

КИМЭП Кредиттері ECTS
Жалпыбілімдік талаптар 36 56
Негізгі бағдарламалық талаптар 68 112
Негізгі мамандық бойынша талаптар 36 60
Қорытынды аттестация 6 12
Барлық міндетті кредиттер саны 146 240

Жалпыбілімдік кредиттер (36 КИМЭП кредиті/56 ECTS)

Студенттер академиялық үйлестірушілерінен кеңес алғаннан кейін жалпыбілімдік пәндер таңдаған жөн. Төменде ВРМА бағдарламасы студенттеріне арналған кейбір кеңестер көрсетілген.

Жалпыбілімдік талаптар каталогтың «Бакалавриат бағдарламаларына арналған жалпыбілімдік талаптар» атты бөлімінде түсіндіріледі.

Негізгі бағдарламалық талаптар – (68 КИМЭП кредиті/112 ECTS)

Міндетті пәндер:

Пән коды Пән атауы Кредиттер ECTS Пререквизиттер
KAZ2101

немесе

RUS 2101

Кәсіби қазақ (немесе орыс) тілі 2 3
GEN1201 Бизнеса және экономикаға арналған математика 3 5
ECN2103 Микроэкономика принциптері 3 5 Ағылшын тілі бойынша барлық міндетті жалпыбілімдік пәндер
PAF3531/ECN4121 Мемлекеттік қаржы/Мемлекеттік экономика 3 5 PAD2111
ECN2103
ENG 1100 Академиялық сөйлеу 3 5
GEN 1121 Академиялық оқу және жазу II 3 5
ECN2103 Статистикаға кіріспе 3 5 жоқ
PAD2111 Мемлекеттік басқару негіздері 3 5 жоқ
GEN/PAD
2700.2
Әлеуметтану негіздері 2 3 GEN1100 және GEN1120
GEN/POL
2701.2
Саясаттану негіздері 2 3 GEN1100 және GEN1120
GEN1704.2
/ECN1101.2
Экономикаға кіріспе 2 3 GEN1100 және GEN1120
PAD3115 Мемлекеттік басқару мамандығындағы бакалаврларға арналған мемлекеттік басқару саласындағы академиялық практика 3 5
Барлығы 32 52

Негізгі бағдарламалық талаптар: таңдау бойынша пәндер – сіздің оқуға түсу жылының академиялық каталогының талаптарымен танысыңыз немесе css_coordinator@kimep.kz электронды поштасы арқылы әлеуметтік ғылымдар факультетінің бағдарлама үйлестірушісіне хабарласыңыз.

Негізгі мамандыққа талаптар

Мемлекеттік басқару кафедрасы студенттерге келесі мамандықтарды ұсынады:

  • Халықаралық даму және мемлекеттік саясат
  • Қаржылық менеджмент және мемлекеттік аудит
  • Басқару және құқық
  • Халықаралық сауда және корпоративті саясат

Сонымен қатар келесі қосымша мамандықтар (minors):

Халықаралық даму (International Development)

Денсаулық сақтау саласын басқару (Health Administration)

Мемлекеттік секторда адам ресурстарын басқару (Human Resource Management in the Public Sector)

Халықаралық сауда және кедендік басқару (International Trade and Customs Administration)

Мемлекеттік сектор аудиті (Public Sector Auditing)

Салық салу (Taxation)

ENG1110 Academic Listening and Note Taking (3 credits)

Prerequisites: ENG1100 Academic  Speaking

Common European Framework: B2 to C1 low upon completion

The Academic Listening and Note-taking course develops students’ abilities in these two essential academic skills, while at the same time ensuring that listening is not a passive activity.  Students improve their understanding of academic discourse in a variety of contexts, including lectures and less formal situations.  They are exposed to a variety of dialects of English and levels of formality.  They refine their note-taking skills and then use these notes as the basis for questions, responses and requests for clarification.  In addition, their notes will be useful for revision and for developing essays, presentations and debates.  Mere noting of facts will not be the primary goal.  Rather, students will use their notes to write responses and develop their own critical thinking.  As far as possible, authentic audio and video materials will be used in preference to the artificial materials specially prepared for such courses.

ENG1121 Academic Reading and Writing 2 (3 credits)
Prerequisites: ENG1120 Academic Reading and Writing I

Common European Framework: B2 to C1 low upon completion

This is an advanced-level academic reading and writing course, in which students undertake a major research project on  an academic topic of their own choice.  Building on the research and writing skills developed in previous courses, students select a project of substantial scope within an area of interest to them.  They offer a sound defence of their choice of topic, using criteria appropriate to an academic context, and then prepare to undertake research.  In preparing their research essays, students make extensive use of library and online resources, as well as field research such as interviews and off-campus research, depending on the nature of their topic.  Reading tasks include finding, analyzing and evaluating a variety of sources.  A process-approach to writing is adopted, with specific attention to planning, outlining, surveying the literature, drafting, rewriting, reviewing and using feedback constructively.  Attention is paid to both peer and instructor feedback.  At the final stage, editing, citations and bibliographical components are the focus of attention.

GEN1201 Mathematics for Business and Economics (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: ENG0004 Foundation English Level 4

The course develops the basic concepts of mathematical analysis used in economics and business with emphasis on differentiation and integration of single real-variable functions and matrix algebra. The approach to these concepts is intuitive and visual. The formal proofs are given only when they help in understanding concepts. Applications to economics, business and social science as well as computational realizations are studied.

ECN2083 Introduction to Statistics (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: GEN1201  (Not available to students who have credit for OPM2201 or STAT2101)

This course introduces the basic concepts of study design, data collection, data analysis and statistical inference. Topics include an overview of observational and experimental study designs; graphical and numerical descriptive statistics; probability distributions for simple experiments and for random variables; sampling distributions, confidence intervals, and hypothesis testing for the mean and proportion in the case of one sample. The emphasis is on developing statistical reasoning skills and concepts; computational skill is secondary. Students are taught the use of statistical software to handle the computations.

PAF 2211: Public Sector Marketing (3 Credits)

This course examines the relationship between marketing and organizational success in the public sector. It examines the impacts of public organizations on local, national and global economies. Topics covered include strategic marketing, developing a core marketing strategy, developing and launching new offerings, formulating and implementing communication strategies, and estimating and forecasting markets. Students learn to combine marketing strategies and tactics with the concepts of public service, public governance, and corporate social responsibility.

PAD3522 Decision Making (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course presents decision-making as a crucial part of strategic management. The course is intended to explain that decision-making is a complex process that involves understanding of constituent components. These components are presented in a logical sequence to students, together with analytical tools for decision-making. Decision-making pervades the entire administrative organization and planning process.

PAD3523 Human Resource Management (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

The purpose of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the principles and functions of human resources management and of personnel administration. It also reviews how organizations do or can deal with human resource management issues. Studying the ways that HRM issues are handled can help students who will be tomorrow’s managers be better prepared to create policies and procedures that will ensure effective use of human resources in organizations.

PAD3524 Leadership and Management (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

The course’s main objective is to help students develop personal leadership skills necessary in a challenging and fast-changing environment. The course combines both theoretical foundations and practical exercises on self-management, managing and building relationship with other people, and essentials of managing organizations.

PAD3533 Organization Theory and Design for Public Organizations (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course is meant for students of public administration. This course focuses on the classical and modern aspects of organizations and the role of managers as leaders and facilitators of change. It aims to provide students with theoretical concepts and knowledge relevant to organizational design and management issues as well as opportunities to apply theories and knowledge to future organizational settings. This course deals with various perspectives on organizations, including a structural frame, human resource frame, political frame and symbolic frame.

PAD3113 Quantitative Data Analysis (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: None

The course focuses on quantitative principles and techniques of decision making and their application in public management, public administration and public policy analysis. The problems analyzed include frequency distribution, sampling techniques, and measures of central tendency, probability, variability, regression, measures of association, correlation, and various other applied quantitative measures. The course is designed for students with little or no background in mathematics: it does not focus on derivations and proofs, but rather on understanding the uses and interpretations of statistics as tools for data analysis. A second objective of the course is to introduce students to the utility of computer packages for statistical analysis.

PAD3116 Methods of Social Research (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: None

This is a basic foundation course designed to instruct students in methodological concepts of academic work. The course will provide students with an understanding of how researchers must operate at different stages in their projects simultaneously, how to understand academic problems, and how to manage the complexity this process entails.

PAD4443 Public Management (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

The course aims to expose participants to current trends and developments in public management theory and practice and to teach students about public organizations and the challenges facing contemporary public managers.  It explores new approaches and attempts to reform administration and management in government. We will learn about the evolution of the field of public administration, the way that public organizations differ from private organizations, how the “reinventing government” movement has affected public management and spawned counter-movements, and how public managers interact with other actors and institutions in the political process. There will be a specific focus on state and local government in Kazakhstan.

PAF3531 Public Finance (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course will examine economics of the public sector. It emphasizes government budget influences on distribution, resource allocation, stability, growth, expenditure, budgeting, and public choice. It will also study public goods, externalities, and social insurance. Students will use models to analyze real-world problems and programs.

PAD3542 Public Policy Analysis (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course presents a multi-disciplinary, multi-theoretical approach to understanding public policies in different areas such as health care, education, social welfare, crime, defense, environment, and economic and tax policy. The course will focus on a systematic analysis of public policy alternatives, factors, and processes involved in policy development. It will also examine questions about the content of governmental decisions, the factors that cause different policy-outputs, and the consequences of various governmental decisions.

PAD4442 Comparative Public Administration (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course introduces students to the comparative aspects of contemporary public administration systems in a selected set of countries. Examples will be drawn from Continental-European, Anglo-Saxon and Asian models of public administration systems. Students will explore how various countries (developed, developing, and transitional) deal with multiple dichotomies in their respective public administrations: theory and practice, efficiency and fairness, secrecy and openness, and the most famous of all, politics and administration. Students will learn about various degrees of impact that politics, economics, culture and environment may have on the functioning of public administration institutions on central and local levels as well as on the relationships between politicians and bureaucrats.

PAD4520 Program Evaluation (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

The course is organized to provide students with an overview of the tools and techniques used to measure the activities, characteristics, effectiveness and efficiency of programs targeted towards specific populations. The primary objective of program evaluation is to provide feedback to decision-makers and other stakeholders, in order to determine whether a particular program is achieving desired outcomes at a reasonable cost. Students will be exposed to evaluation strategies and issues related to evaluation design. Students will develop and conduct a professional project evaluation of existing national and international projects in Almaty, including initiatives undertaken by different international organizations and local NGOs. Project evaluations will be conducted in groups of 3-4 students. Students will be accompanied and supervised throughout all stages of the evaluation process. No previous experience with evaluation research and empirical or qualitative data analysis is required.

PAF4534 Public Budgeting (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAF 3511

This course is concerned with the practice of public agency budgeting in the decision making process and its impact on policy making. It will introduce participants to significant features of government budgeting topics, such as the role of budgeting in resource allocation, information and control, and various budget formats. Other topics include the budget cycle, the role of budgeting in enhancing social equity, budget analysis methodology, and introduction to theories of budgeting.

PAD4541 Gender and Public Policy (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD 2111

The course looks at the negative and positive effects of public policy on gender relations in the family and the labor market. The reasons for gender differences in economic outcomes are discussed. Policies to promote gender equity are considered. The first part of the course focuses on the labor market and the gender wage gap. The second part of the course examines the family, with a particular focus on intra-household resource allocation. The final part of the course considers macro-economic issues. The course takes a comparative perspective on gender inequality in the labor market, drawing insights from developed, transitional, and developing countries.

Major in Financial Management

Major Required Courses

Course Code Course Title Credits
PAD2111 Theories of Public Administration 3
PAD4553.2 Local Government (Municipal Management in GOSO) 2

PAD2111 Fundamentals of Public Administration (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: None

The course provides students with basic concepts and models of public administration. It covers basic theories of public administration, some issues of public policy analysis, and certain tools of new public administration.

PAD4553 Local Government (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

The course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the political, institutional, and legal framework of local government activities. Students will be introduced to the concept of power decentralization. The focus will be on the process of decentralization in Kazakhstan, with regard to particular problems and constraints that local governments encounter.

Major Electives Courses (27 credits)

Course Code Course Title Credits
PAD4556 Senior Research Project 3
PAF4532.2 Fiscal Governance (for Financial Management Major) 3
PAD3536 Organizational Behavior (for Public Policy Major) 3
PAD3540 Governance and Development (for Law and Governance Major) 3

PAD3536 Organizational Behavior for Public Organizations (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course is meant for students of public administration. This course will introduce students to the major concepts of organization theory and behavior. The course examines various theories developed in an attempt to explain and predict employee behavior in an organizational context. The primary focus of organizational behavior is leadership and decision making skills in an intercultural environment, power, job satisfaction, and motivation. The overall objective of this course is the development of skills and knowledge that will allow students to contribute in the managing of effective behavior in organizations.

PAD3540 Governance and Development (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

Radical global transformations are underway in industrial structures, business activities, production systems, and a new development ideology. To adapt to these diverse changes, developing countries must reconstruct their development policies. Development policies need a new vision of governance to harmonize global movements and diverse socioeconomic activities. The course is primarily aimed at introducing the students to the theoretical foundations of development and governance by acquainting them with the key schools of thought, debates, approaches, and issues. The focus is on bridging theoretical discourses with practical examples and learning. By the end of the course students are expected to develop a broad-based understanding of the key concepts, contexts, issues, and challenges surrounding the theoretical and practical discourses of development and governance both globally and nationally.

PAF4532.2 Current Topics in Public Financial Management: Fiscal Governance (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

Examination of public financial management topics currently being discussed in the media, and development of advanced analytical skills in those areas. Topics will change depending on the global environment and the implications of government decisions on global financial and economic issues.

PAD4556 Senior Research Project (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: Senior level standing

This course is offered as an alternative to the Internship in Public Administration.  The course may be done within any career track or major area, but must cover some topics in Kazakhstan public administration or public policy, or a topic concerning the operation of a private business or NGO in Kazakhstan. The main purpose of the course is to familiarize students how to apply concepts of public and private organizational design and functioning – and to do so in some depth, culminating in a research paper of 20 pages of text.  The student will go through the supervised steps of selecting, justifying, and focusing a topic and will use evidence and methods of research appropriate to his/her project. The course is conducted under the supervision a faculty member chosen in agreement by the student and PA Department.  It ends with the student’s oral presentation of the project before a committee of PA faculty.

Major Electives in Financial Management

Following are the options from which 7 electives can be selected. Any 6 from the following

Course Code Course Title Credits
PAF3534 Taxation and Spending in Selected Countries 3
PAF4531 Investment Management 3
PAF4532 Current Topics in Financial Management 3
PAF4533 Financial Management in the Public Sector 3
PAF4535 Public Sector Auditing 3
PAF4536 Project Appraisal and Management 3
PAF4532.4 Managerial Accounting 3
PAF3532 Government and Business 3

PAF3532 Government and Business (3 Credits)
Prerequisite: PAD 2111

The course focuses on the role of government for supporting and enhancing private entrepreneurship.  This includes identifying the industries in which government production of goods and services is necessary and industries in which government is not normally involved, and why.  Topics also include ways and forms of government regulation of private business, antitrust policy and promotion of competition.  Students will do case studies illustrating the rationale for government intervention in different sectors of the economy and will discuss the public policy toward development of private business.

PAF3534 Taxation and Spending in Selected Countries (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: PAD 2511, ECN2103 (or ECN1101)

This course will study both the theories of taxation and how various taxation concepts and approaches are used in different countries around the world. Some topics will focus on alternative ways of generating revenue, and how successful government is in doing this. Other topics will examine government spending programs in areas such as social insurance, education, and health care. Students will study the success and difficulties in implementation of different tax structures in different countries, including the United States, Canada, Kazakhstan, and other Central Asian countries.

PAF4531 Investment Management (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

Theory and practice of investment decisions of individuals and fund managers. Topics include capital market theory and the efficient market hypothesis literature. Standard institutional and investment analysis topics and international investment topics are also covered.

PAF4532 Current Topics in Public Financial Management (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

Examination of public financial management topics currently being discussed in the media, and development of advanced analytical skills in those areas. Topics will change depending on the global environment and the implications of government decisions on global financial and economic issues.

PAF4533 Financial Management in Public Sector (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

In this course students will study theory and practice of financial management in public and private organizations. Analysis of financial statements, pro forma statements, cost of capital, risk and return, capital budgeting, and other indicators of financial performance will be studied. Also, attention will be paid to socioeconomic aspects of financial management. Case studies may be employed where applicable.

PAF4535 Public Sector Auditing (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAF 3511

The course introduces participants to the concepts and practices of performance auditing/assessment.  Students will be provided with the knowledge and skills to determine whether a public organization is managing and utilizing its resources efficiently. They will be able to identify the causes of inefficiencies in public organizations and determine whether an agency has considered alternatives that might yield desired results at lower costs. Other topics include economy and efficiency assessments, effectiveness assessments, and introduction to financial auditing.

PAF4536 Project Appraisal and Management (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

The main aim of this course is to provide an introduction to elementary techniques in project financial and economic analysis and their application to a range of public sector investment projects at different scales. During the course, agricultural, industrial and infrastructural projects will be considered with the emphasis upon practical decision-making with limited information and in the context of public goals and objectives.

PAF4532.2 Current Topics in Public Financial Management: Managerial Accounting (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

Examination of public financial management topics currently being discussed in the media, and development of advanced analytical skills in those areas. Topics will change depending on the global environment and the implications of government decisions on global financial and economic issues.

Plus any 1 from the following

Course Code Course Title Credits
PAD3541 Natural  Resources Management 3
PAD3543 Urban Development 3
PAD3540 Governance and Development 3
PAD3547 Social Policy in Transitional Countries 3
PAD 3548 Health Care Policy 3
PAD4441 Oil and Gas Policy
PAD4542 Current Issues in Public Policy and Administration 3
PAD4553.2 Local Government 2

PAD3540 Governance and Development (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

Radical global transformations are underway in industrial structures, business activities, production systems, and a new development ideology. To adapt to these diverse changes, developing countries must reconstruct their development policies. Development policies need a new vision of governance to harmonize global movements and diverse socioeconomic activities. The course is primarily aimed at introducing the students to the theoretical foundations of development and governance by acquainting them with the key schools of thought, debates, approaches, and issues. The focus is on bridging theoretical discourses with practical examples and learning. By the end of the course students are expected to develop a broad-based understanding of the key concepts, contexts, issues, and challenges surrounding the theoretical and practical discourses of development and governance both globally and nationally.

PAD3541 Natural Resource Management (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course is intended to provide students with critical frameworks for understanding problems in natural resource decision-making and use. An interdisciplinary approach to managing natural resources will be developed that will allow students to assess and utilize the types of information, expertise, and value-judgments that need to be considered in reaching a decision. Historical and current examples of resource use will be employed in order to reinforce the learning process. Essay topics of the students’ choice may be Kazakh or international.

PAD3543 Urban Development (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course provides an overview of politics and policy-making for large cities and metropolitan areas. It dwells upon such issues as governmental strategies of reform; land-use planning and regulation; management and social impact of growth; transportation and the environment; citizen participation and development of local democratic institutions.

PAD3547 Social Policy in Transition Countries (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD3542

The goal of the course is to provide students with an understanding of social issues involved in the transition from a centrally planned to a market economy. The course equips students with skills in analyzing the process of social policy formation and in evaluating current social policy conditions in transition economies, and gives them knowledge of the steps needed to move from an authoritarian to a civil society

PAD3548 Health Care Policy (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD3542

This course is designed to instill an understanding of major health care policymaking and related issues. The course emphasizes history/background; the physical, social, and economic environment; the policy process; and the political marketplace of contemporary Kazakhstan health care policies.

PAD4441 Oil and Gas Policy (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: PAD2111

The course will examine the role of oil and gas in politics, including the types of regimes in which oil figures prominently, and will examine the ways in which government policies affect economic growth in these industries.

The course will pay special attention to the role of OPEC in world affairs, and to the growing influence of newly emerged oil powers, including the Caspian Sea region and Republic of Kazakhstan.

PAD4542 Current Issues in Public Policy and Administration (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD3542

This course provides a scholarly perspective on public policy and administration that covers major theories associated with the field and the political, social, and economic context within which they are developed. The course will make a strong connection between the students’ professional development and a body of knowledge based on major theories and concepts of public policy and administration.

PAD4553.2 Local Government (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

The course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the political, institutional, and legal framework of local government activities. Students will be introduced to the concept of power decentralization. The focus will be on the process of decentralization in Kazakhstan, with regard to particular problems and constraints that local governments encounter.

Major Electives in Public Policy and Administration

Following are the options from which 7 electives can be selected. Any 6 from the following

Course Code Course Title Credits
PAD3540 Governance and Development 3
PAD3541 Natural  Resources Management 3
PAD3543 Urban Development 3
PAD3547 Social Policy in Transitional Countries 3
PAD3546 Comparative Educational Policy and System Design 3
PAD3547 Social Policy in Transition Countries 3
PAD3548 Health Care Policy 3
PAD4441 Oil and Gas Policy 3
PAD4542 Current Issues in Public Policy and Administration 3
PAD4553.2 Local Government 2
PAD4003 Public Policy of Kazakhstan 3

PAD3540 Governance and Development (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

Radical global transformations are underway in industrial structures, business activities, production systems, and a new development ideology. To adapt to these diverse changes, developing countries must reconstruct their development policies. Development policies need a new vision of governance to harmonize global movements and diverse socioeconomic activities. The course is primarily aimed at introducing the students to the theoretical foundations of development and governance by acquainting them with the key schools of thought, debates, approaches, and issues. The focus is on bridging theoretical discourses with practical examples and learning. By the end of the course students are expected to develop a broad-based understanding of the key concepts, contexts, issues, and challenges surrounding the theoretical and practical discourses of development and governance both globally and nationally.

PAD3541 Natural Resource Management (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course is intended to provide students with critical frameworks for understanding problems in natural resource decision-making and use. An interdisciplinary approach to managing natural resources will be developed that will allow students to assess and utilize the types of information, expertise, and value-judgments that need to be considered in reaching a decision. Historical and current examples of resource use will be employed in order to reinforce the learning process. Essay topics of the students’ choice may be Kazakh or international.

PAD3543 Urban Development (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course provides an overview of politics and policy-making for large cities and metropolitan areas. It dwells upon such issues as governmental strategies of reform; land-use planning and regulation; management and social impact of growth; transportation and the environment; citizen participation and development of local democratic institutions.

PAD3546 Comparative Educational Policy and Systems Design (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD3542

The purpose of this course is to enable public policy and teacher candidates to think critically about education as a social institution. The course may be useful for public policy designers, teachers, educational administrators, workers in international institutions, workers in science and industrial policy, consultants in vocational and human resource development or retraining, and for social reformers.  The course focuses on Western Europe and North America, the CIS and Eastern Europe, and Central Asia.

PAD3547 Social Policy in Transition Countries (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD3542

The goal of the course is to provide students with an understanding of social issues involved in the transition from a centrally planned to a market economy. The course equips students with skills in analyzing the process of social policy formation and in evaluating current social policy conditions in transition economies, and gives them knowledge of the steps needed to move from an authoritarian to a civil society

PAD3548 Health Care Policy (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD3542

This course is designed to instill an understanding of major health care policymaking and related issues. The course emphasizes history/background; the physical, social, and economic environment; the policy process; and the political marketplace of contemporary Kazakhstan health care policies.

PAD4441 Oil and Gas Policy (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: PAD2111

The course will examine the role of oil and gas in politics, including the types of regimes in which oil figures prominently, and will examine the ways in which government policies affect economic growth in these industries.

The course will pay special attention to the role of OPEC in world affairs, and to the growing influence of newly emerged oil powers, including the Caspian Sea region and Republic of Kazakhstan.

PAD4542 Current Issues in Public Policy and Administration (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD3542

This course provides a scholarly perspective on public policy and administration that covers major theories associated with the field and the political, social, and economic context within which they are developed. The course will make a strong connection between the students’ professional development and a body of knowledge based on major theories and concepts of public policy and administration.

PAD4553.2 Local Government (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

The course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the political, institutional, and legal framework of local government activities. Students will be introduced to the concept of power decentralization. The focus will be on the process of decentralization in Kazakhstan, with regard to particular problems and constraints that local governments encounter.

PAD4003 Public Policy of Kazakhstan (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD 3542

This course begins with a discussion of social prerequisites for and governmental strategies of national development, with reference to managerial versus liberal modernizing approaches.  Reference is made to the historical, economic, and social origins of public policies in Kazakhstan.  The course then proceeds to an examination of the main challenges of national consolidation and institutional development facing the country.

Students will have the opportunity to work on a variety of topics such as nation-building, culture, and immigration policy; development of the public service; science, education, and labour policy; industrial and agricultural policy; information, broadcasting, and media; WTO accession, or other topics, depending on students’ interests and agreement with the instructor.

Plus any 1 from the following

Course Code Course Title Credits
PAF3534 Taxation and Spending in Selected Countries 3
PAF4531 Investment Management 3
PAF4532 Current Topics in Financial Management 3
PAF4533 Financial Management in the Public Sector 3
PAF4535 Public Sector Auditing 3
PAF4536 Project Appraisal and Management 3
PAF4532.4 Managerial Accounting 3
PAF3532 Government and Business 3

PAF3532 Government and Business (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD 2111

The course focuses on the role of government for supporting and enhancing private entrepreneurship.  This includes identifying the industries in which government production of goods and services is necessary and industries in which government is not normally involved, and why.  Topics also include ways and forms of government regulation of private business, antitrust policy and promotion of competition.  Students will do case studies illustrating the rationale for government intervention in different sectors of the economy and will discuss the public policy toward development of private business.

PAF3534 Taxation and Spending in Selected Countries (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: PAD 2511, ECN2103 (or ECN1101)

This course will study both the theories of taxation and how various taxation concepts and approaches are used in different countries around the world. Some topics will focus on alternative ways of generating revenue, and how successful government is in doing this. Other topics will examine government spending programs in areas such as social insurance, education, and health care. Students will study the success and difficulties in implementation of different tax structures in different countries, including the United States, Canada, Kazakhstan, and other Central Asian countries.

PAF4531 Investment Management (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

Theory and practice of investment decisions of individuals and fund managers. Topics include capital market theory and the efficient market hypothesis literature. Standard institutional and investment analysis topics and international investment topics are also covered.

PAF4532 Current Topics in Public Financial Management (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

Examination of public financial management topics currently being discussed in the media, and development of advanced analytical skills in those areas. Topics will change depending on the global environment and the implications of government decisions on global financial and economic issues.

PAF4533 Financial Management in Public Sector (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

In this course students will study theory and practice of financial management in public and private organizations. Analysis of financial statements, pro forma statements, cost of capital, risk and return, capital budgeting, and other indicators of financial performance will be studied. Also, attention will be paid to socioeconomic aspects of financial management. Case studies may be employed where applicable.

PAF4535 Public Sector Auditing (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAF 3511

The course introduces participants to the concepts and practices of performance auditing/assessment.  Students will be provided with the knowledge and skills to determine whether a public organization is managing and utilizing its resources efficiently. They will be able to identify the causes of inefficiencies in public organizations and determine whether an agency has considered alternatives that might yield desired results at lower costs. Other topics include economy and efficiency assessments, effectiveness assessments, and introduction to financial auditing.

PAF4536 Project Appraisal and Management (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

The main aim of this course is to provide an introduction to elementary techniques in project financial and economic analysis and their application to a range of public sector investment projects at different scales. During the course, agricultural, industrial and infrastructural projects will be considered with the emphasis upon practical decision-making with limited information and in the context of public goals and objectives.

PAF4532.2 Current Topics in Public Financial Management: Managerial Accounting (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAF3511

Examination of public financial management topics currently being discussed in the media, and development of advanced analytical skills in those areas. Topics will change depending on the global environment and the implications of government decisions on global financial and economic issues.

Major Electives in Governance and Law

Following are the options from which 7 electives can be selected. Students are free to choose any 3 from the governance and any 4 from Law areas

Governance Area

Course Code Course Title Credits
PAD4003 Public Policy of Kazakhstan 3
PAD4553 Government and Business 3
PAD4701 Current Issues in Governance and Law 3
PAD4702 CSR and International Development 3

PAD4003 Public Policy of Kazakhstan (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD 3542

This course begins with a discussion of social prerequisites for and governmental strategies of national development, with reference to managerial versus liberal modernizing approaches.  Reference is made to the historical, economic, and social origins of public policies in Kazakhstan.  The course then proceeds to an examination of the main challenges of national consolidation and institutional development facing the country.

Students will have the opportunity to work on a variety of topics such as nation-building, culture, and immigration policy; development of the public service; science, education, and labour policy; industrial and agricultural policy; information, broadcasting, and media; WTO accession, or other topics, depending on students’ interests and agreement with the instructor.

PAD4553 Local Government (2 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

The course is designed to provide students with an understanding of the political, institutional, and legal framework of local government activities. Students will be introduced to the concept of power decentralization. The focus will be on the process of decentralization in Kazakhstan, with regard to particular problems and constraints that local governments encounter.

PAD4702 CSR and International Development

The course examines corporate social responsibility (CSR), which is one of numerous development challenges today. An overview of corporate social responsibility (CSR), focusing on today’s interplay between business and governments, intergovernmental institutions, investors and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) is provided. The course examines both theoretical and real-world cases of CSR and development as well as various topics including global initiatives on CSR and CSR in Kazakhstan. This course is in a seminar format and students are expected to participate actively in class discussions and activities.

Other electives:

PAD2700 Introduction to Sociology (3 Credits)

Prerequisites: None

The course provides students with the necessary background needed to analyze social structures and social institutions. Emphasis is placed on building sociological perspectives and a comprehensive understanding of sociology as an academic discipline. The course covers various theoretical paradigms and concepts in the field of sociology.

PAD3115 Professional Internship in Public Administration (7 credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

Internships are aimed at practical application of public administration studies, development of professional skills and acquiring work experience. They are available in a wide range of public agencies and non-profit organizations. These high quality professional internships are tailored to suit your needs whether it is a requirement for university, a desire to experience another culture, broaden your horizons or expand your career opportunities.

PAD4521 Current Issues in Public Management

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course discusses government reform and modernization efforts across the world. It deals with the most common areas in need of reform and innovation such as civil service, regulation, service delivery, and corruption control. It looks at innovations that involve the use of information technology, performance management, and competition to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of government. Many concepts now in use in public sector management borrowed from the private sector. How they apply and conceptualize in a public sector context is an important part of this course.

PAF3511 Fundamentals of Public Financial Management (3 Credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

This course provides students with a conceptual understanding of the financial decision-making process made in public sector enterprises. With a focus on the big canvass, the course provides a foundation to financial decision-making rooted in current financial theory and in the present state of world economic conditions. The goal of this course is not merely to teach a discipline or trade but also enable students to understand what is learned and yet unforeseen problems—in short, to educate students in public financial management issues such as administration and management of Government’s financial affairs, allocation, investment, control of public funds, and public budgeting.

CSS 3001.1 Introductory Internship (Kazakhstan Parliament) Foundation Course (3 credits)

Prerequisite: PAD2111

CSS3001.2 Introductory Internship (Kazakhstan Parliament) (3 credits)

Prerequisite: CSS3001.1

The internship is designed to provide the student with an experiential learning opportunity by placing the individual in the Parliament of Kazakhstan

CSS 3002.1 Introductory Internship (Ministry of Economics) Foundation Course (3 credits)

CSS3002.2 Introductory Internship (Ministry of Economics) (3 credits)

PAD4562 Current Issues in Governance and Law

The course examines current trends and innovations that are relevant in enhancing societal development in areas of public governance, public administration and the enactment and development of legal frameworks in furtherance of good governance. Case studies and the use of information technology may be applied.

Scholarship opportunities
There are many merit-based scholarship opportunities for Kazakhstani and international students.
While studying at KIMEP University, students may also apply for part-time positions available on the University campus.

If you would like to apply for a scholarship, contact the Office of Financial Aid. .

Tuition & Fees

Study abroad opportunities
One- or two-semester exchange programs with many international partner universities offer students the opportunity to discover the world. Credits earned abroad count towards KIMEP degrees.

Innovations
We are proud to announce a new course “Model UN” in collaboration with UN Kazakhstan starting from Spring 2017 semester.

«Мемлекеттік және және жергілікті басқару» бағдарламасының түлектері келесідей ұйымдарда жоғары сұранысқа ие:

  • Мемлекеттік және жергілікті органдар
  • Халықаралық және ұлттық бизнес-корпорациялар
  • Халықаралық және отандық МЕҰ
  • Біріккен Ұлттар Ұйымы
  • Шетелдік мемлекеттік қызметтер мен елшіліктер
  • Мемлекеттік және жеке секторда басқару
  • Мемлекеттік қаржы мен менеджмент
  • Үкімет және бизнеспен байланыстарды басқару

Бағдарлама түлектерінің көбісі басқару саласында қызмет етуде. Мысалы, бағдарлама түлектерінің арасында «Эйр Астана» компаниясының вице-президенті мен Қазақстандық мұнай және газ институтының жобалар жөніндегі директоры, Алматы қаласының өңірлік қаржы орталығының даму жөніндегі бөлім директоры, KPMG Audit компаниясының аудит бойынша серіктестері, ҚР Ұлттық Банкі, Самрұқ Қазына, PWC, Deloitte and басқа компаниялардың бас сарапшы экономистері  бар.

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(English) Aslan Tanekenov

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(English) Adjunct Professor, Department of Public Administration/College of Social Sciences

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Christopher Bernard Primiano, Ph.D.

(English) Assistant Professor
Department of International Relations and Regional Studies

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Christopher B. Primiano is an assistant professor of international relations at KIMEP University. Chris is author of China, the UN and Human Rights: Implications for World Politics (Routledge Press).

In addition, his articles have appeared in Journal of Chinese Political Science, Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy, East Asia, Asia Pacific Journal of Sport and Social Science, International Politics, China: An International Journal, China Report, and Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs.

He can be reached at c.primiano@kimep.kz


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(English) Associate Professor
Department of International Relations and Regional Studies

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Milen Nikolaev Filipov, Ph. D. in Public Communications and Information Sciences

(English) Assistant Professor, Department of Media and Communication/College of Social Sciences

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Research and Publications:

Filipov. M. et. al. (2017).  Do Bulgarian Schools Effectively Communicate with Their School Communities? Journal of School Public Relations,  37(2):163-202.

Filipov. M. (2016). Media Release – A Basic Genre in Public Relations. Journal of Contemporary Humanitaristics, 2016(1): 7-18. (co-authorship with Galya Hristozova).


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Bahtiyar Kurambayev, Ph.D. Mass Communications

(English) Assistant Professor, Department of Media and Communication/College of Social Sciences

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Research and Publications:

  • Kurambayev, B., & Issenov, S. (2020). Aspiring Journalists Share Practical Obstacles in Journalism Professionalism. Journalism Practice. Available at https://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/2FWXRWHEZHXNQVXX5UEF/full?target=10.1080/17512786.2020.1864224
  • Kurambayev, B., & Freedman, E. (2020). Publish or Perish? The Steep, Steep Path for Central Asia Journalism and Mass Communication Faculty. Journalism & Mass Communication Educator, Available at https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1077695820947259
  • Kurambayev, B., & Freedman, E. (2020). Ethics and Journalism in Central Asia: A Comparative Study of Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan. Journal of Media Ethics, 35(1), 31-44.
  • Kurambayev, B. (2020). “The Causes and Consequences of Plagiarism by Journalists in Central Asia” Asian Studies Review, 44(4), 691-708
  • Kurambayev, B.; Sheffer, M.; & Stepaniuc, E. (2019).”An Investigation of Job Satisfaction of Journalists in Central Asian Kyrgyz Republic.” Central Asian Affairs, 6(1), 47-67.
  • Kurambayev, B., & Chen, G. M. (2017). Offline Political Engagement Leads to Online Political Voice among Kyrgyzstan Bloggers. Media Asia, 44(3-4), 161-174.


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(English) Assistant Professor, Department of Economics/College of Social Sciences

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(English) Adjunct Professor, Department of Economics/College of Social Sciences

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(English) Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration/College of Social Sciences

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(English) Aliya Nurtaeva, Ph. D. in Chemistry

(English) Adjunct Professor, Department of Public Administration/College of Social Sciences

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(English) Nurseit Niyazbekov, Ph. D. Politics

(English) Assistant Professor, Department of International Relations and Regional Studies/College of Social Sciences

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(English) Gerald Pech, Doctorate of Economics

(English) Associate Professor, Department of Economics/College of Social Sciences
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(English) Professor, Department of Public Administration/College of Social Sciences

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(English) Nygmet Ibadildin, Ph. D. in Political Science and International Relations

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(English) Sholpan Kozhamkulova, Ph.D.

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(English) Assistant Professor/ Department of Media and Communication/College of Social Sciences

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(English) Assistant Professor, Department of Economics/College of Social Sciences

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(English) Associate Professor, Department of Economics/College of Social Sciences

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(English) Associate Professor, Department of Public Administration/College of Social Sciences

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Azhar Baisakalova (2)

(English) Azhar Baisakalova, Ph. D.

(English) DBA, Adjunct
Assistant Professor, Department of Public Administration/College of Social Sciences

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Gulnara Dadabayeva (1)

(English) Gulnara Dadabayeva

(English) Associate Professor, Department of International Relations and Regional Studies
Phone: 270-42-79, 270-42-88 ext. 3077
Office:129 /ac
E-Mail: dgulnara@kimep.kz

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Aigul Adibayeva (2)

(English) Aigul Adibayeva

(English) Associate Dean, College of Social Sciences
Candidate of Science
Phone: 270-42-79, 270-42-88 ext. 3275
Office: 130/ac
E-Mail: aigula@kimep.kz

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Nargis Kassenova (3)

(English) Nargis Kassenova (On leave for AY 2021-2022)

(English) Ph.D., Associate Professor

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