MA Governance and Anticorruption Studies

MA Governance and Anticorruption Studies

Masters ·
2 years

Master of Arts in Governance and Anticorruption Studies is a two years program offered by Tribhuvan University.

Eligibility

Students seeking admissions in Master of Arts in Governance and Anticorruption Studies must have completed Bachelor's or equivalent from a recognized university. They also need to pass the entrance examination conducted by the Tribhuvan University.

Curricular Structure

Semester I

Courses

Credit

Semester II

Course

Credit

GANC-551

Theories of Anti-Corruption

3

GANC-556

Development and Corruption

3

GANC-552

Economics of Corruption

3

GANC-557

Anticorruption Laws and Mechanism

3

GANC-553

Politics and Corruption

3

GANC-558

Ethics and Corruption

3

GANC-554

Perspectives and Challenges of Governance

3

GANC-559

Social, Cultural, and Behavioral perspectives of Corruption

3

GANC-555

Statistical Methods

3

GANC-560

Public Sector Accounting and Budgeting

3

Total Credits

15

Total Credits

15

Semester III

Courses

Credit

Semester IV

Courses

Credit

GANC-561

Research Methods and Approaches

3

GANC-565

Human Right, Civics, Civil Code, Right to Information

3

GANC-562

Mass Media and Information Technology

3

GANC-566

Project Management and Corruption Control

3

Optional (any two)

6

Optional (any two)

3

GANC-563-1

Public Accountability, Tax and Fiscal Justice

GANC-567-1

Anticorruption, Compliances and Private Sector

GANC-563-2

International Crimes

GANC-567-2

International Relations and Economic Diplomacy

GANC-563-3

Corruption, Globalization and International Initiatives

GANC-567-3

Comparative Studies of Anticorruption laws (Selected Countries: SAARC and Others)

GANC-564

Internship (Compulsory)

3

GANC-568

Thesis Compulsory

6

Total Credits

15

Total Credits

18

Grand Total

63

Final Thesis 

Masters of Arts in Governance and Anti-Corruption Studies academic program completes with the successful submission and defense of a Master's Degree Thesis. The Master's Degree thesis is an academic paper of 25,000 words demonstrating conceptual and analytical approaches to a topic related to corruption, anti-corruption, and/or compliance and applying knowledge to practice. Each student is assigned an experienced faculty supervisor to guide them in research and writing of their Master Thesis.

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