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Master of Arts in Morality Business Administration
 

A program for a business administrator, manager, or layperson. Every student is required to take basic courses in morality and administration before starting their thesis.  It is expected that the student will take part in incorporating moral theory into the field of business administration actively. 

Program structure

Master of Arts in Morality Public Administration
 

A program for training as a public administrator, manager, or layperson who wants to test assumptions or analyze a particular topic of interest. Every student is required to take basic courses in morality and administration before starting their thesis.  It is expected that the student will take part in developing moral theory and applying it into the field of public administration actively. 

Program structure

Master of Arts in Morality Educational Administration

A program for an administrator, manager, or layperson of educational institutes. Every student is required to take basic courses in morality and administration before starting their thesis.  It is expected that the student will conduct and apply their thesis towards the development of educational institute.

Program structure

Master of Arts in Morality Monastery Administration
 

A program for a monastery administrator, manager, or layperson. Every student is required to take basic courses in morality and administration before starting their thesis.  It is expected that the student will conduct and apply their thesis towards the development of a monastery. 

Program structure

Program structure

All Master's degree students with program on administration will study the same subjects, no matter they are concentrate on business, public, education, or monastery, and be differentiated in their thesis topic which relates to their specific field of study.  These are the subjects required to take to complete the program:

  • Morality subjects – at least 6 subjects are required (18 semester credit hours).

  • Administration subjects - at least 3 subjects are required (9 semester credit hours).

  • Core subject - 'Research methods' is required (3 semester credit hours). 

  • After the above subjects are studied, the students can start their thesis process which contains 5 steps to follow.

Remark: Any subject has been studied before, the student can ask for a waive by submitting a transfer request.

 

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