Master in Peace, Leadership and Governance

Master in Peace, Leadership and Governance

Overview

College: College of Business, Peace, Leadership and Governance

Programme Level: Postgraduate

Duration: 2 year(s)

Department: Professor Rukudzo Joseph Murapa Institute Of Peace, Leadership and Governance

Learning Mode: Full Time

Location: Main Campus

Progression: Progression will be in accordance with the University general regulations for Masters degrees. To proceed from coursework to dissertation a student must have successfully completed all the required courses and obtained a Grade Point Average of not less than 2.6.

Internship / Attachment: Each student shall undergo internship/attachment for a minimum of one semester in an approved organization. The work done during the internship/attachment will carry nine credit hours. The internship / attachment will take place at the end of the coursework and no student will be allowed to proceed to this stage until he/she has completed all the coursework requirements. At the completion of the internship/attachment each student will be expected to submit a report, which will be 5 000 to 8000 words in length. Assessment of the internship/attachment will be in accordance with the University General Regulations.

Student Evaluation: Students shall be evaluated on the basis of both continuous assessment and final examination. The ratio of continuous assessment to final examination shall be 50:50. Continuous assessment grades will be based on class activities such as essays, seminar presentations and term papers.


A good first degree in relevant area.

No program costs found.

Jobs You Could Have

Graduates from this programme may have the opportunity to work in different fields such as research, international development, media, as well as religion, public and private sector as well as the arts. Graduates from this programme may also be self-employed.


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