• Speciality Code:

    6M051000

    Speciality Name:

    State and local Management (profile direction)

    Faculty:

    Social sciences, economy and business
  • 01.09.2018 Contingent of master students on educational program for
    6
    Master students, studying on the basis of the state educational order
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    Master students, studying on a paid basis
    6

Contents of the educational program "Management of regional development" in the specialty 6M051000 "The public and local administration" of profile form of education it is directed training of the highly qualified specialists capable to participate in processes of preparation, acceptance, realization, assessment and expert support of management decisions in regional state bodies.
The educational program assumes studying of such disciplines as "The theory and practice of public administration", "The organization of administrative activity in local governments", "Management of housing and communal services", "Bases of the organization of local management and self-government", "Management of PPP projects in the region" and others.
It allows to gain competences in: to development and implementation of programs of social and economic development at the level of regions and the country in general, formation of organizational, industry and interindustry structures, carrying out monitoring of efficiency of activity and the made management decisions in implementation of the administrative analysis, in the field of social and economic policy of the state, economy and management of firms and corporations on the basis of the operating regulatory framework.
The list of positions of the expert by profile preparation: the expert, the chief specialist, the head of department in the central and local public authorities of management, heads of regional managements, directors of departments, the Chairman of the Committee in the central state bodies etc.
The degree is appropriated to the graduate:
- in the profile direction - the Master of economy and business in the specialty "6M051000 - the Public and local administration".
Training term:
in the profile direction - 1 year
Form of education – internal.


The degree program: Master of economy and business in specialty 6M051000 "State and local management" Educational program: "Management of regional development"
Degree and duration Single degree (one university)
(70 ECTS – credits/ 28Kazakhstan credits)
Education alin stitution Karaganda Economic University Kazpotrebsoyuz
Accreditation Independent Kazakhstan Agency for Quality Assurance (IKAQA)
http://nkaoko.kz/
Period of validity This program was approved by the University for a period of 1 years for those who is receiving a degree at the University from 2016
Level QF for EHEA (Qualifications Framework for the European Higher Education Area): 2nd cycle; EQF (European qualifications framework): level 7; NQF (National Qualifications Framework): level 7
  • A) Purpose
    • The purpose of the educational program of the specialty 6M051000 "State and local government" training of the highly qualified specialists capable to participate in processes of preparation, acceptance, realization, assessment and expert support of management decisions in regional state bodies
      Successful graduates must demonstrate:
      - demonstrate educational knowledge and understanding that obtained at the level of higher education, which are the basis or the possibility for the original of development or application of ideas, often in the context of scientific research;
      - apply knowledge, understanding and ability to solve problems in new or unfamiliar situations and contexts within broader (or multidisciplinary) areas related to state and local government;
      - integrate knowledge, deal with the complexities and make judgments based on incomplete or limited information, taking into account ethical and social responsibility for the application of these judgments and knowledge;
      - clearly communicate their conclusions and the knowledge and rationale of the system of state and local government;
      - continue learning by yourself.
  • B) Characteristics
    • 1.Discipline/Subject area
    • Main disciplines: Theory and Practice of Public Administration.
      Basic disciplines: Management, Psychology, Foreign language (professional), the Organization of administrative activity in local governments
      Majors: Bases of the organization of local management and self-government, Management of housing and communal services, Management of PPP projects in the region
    • 2.General information/Specialization
    • In order to implement the educational program specialty "State and local management" is used credit-modular system of educational process organization, based on a modular principle of curricula, using a system of credits and relevant education-enforcement technologies.
    • 3.Direction
    • profile
    • 4.Features
    • Graduates of specialty 6M051000 "Public and local administration" are focused on performance of the following types of professional activity:
      social and economic, organizational, organizational and administrative, economic.
  • C) Employment and further education
    • 1.Employment
    • bodies of the public and local administration
    • 2.Further education
    • Doctoral studies (profile direction)
  • D) Style of education
    • 1.Approaches to learning and teaching
    • The educational process is widely used active and interactive forms of conducting classes (case studies on state and local government, round table discussion, case projects, brainstorming, debates).
    • 2.Evaluation methods
    • Frontier control; intermediate certification (testing); protection of reports of experimental research of the undergraduate, about passing of a work practice (report); scientific training (report), final assessment (state exam, protection of the master project)
  • E) Programmatic competencies
    • 1.General competencies
      The program is complies with the requirements of the State educational standards of postgraduate education to ensure the quality of academic programs at the second level of cycle.
      This includes the general competencies (also known as key skills) of expected graduates of the second cycle.
      The competencies listed beloware the summaryand the most characteristic competencies for this program:
      GC1 - To apply management skills, psychological knowledge and communicative abilities regarding foreign-language education in professional activity
    • 2.Specific competencies
    • PC 1– To apply knowledge in the field of the public and local administration to adoption of effective management decisions on macro and mesolevels;
      PC 2 - To understand and use knowledge and skills of realization of PPP of projects in general and in housing sector in particular for improvement of quality of services and reliability of their receiving by the consumer;
      PC 3 - Integrate knowledge in the field of state and local government for the expansion of professional skills
  • F) A complete list of results for this training program
    • In the context of professional practice in organizations, institutions and companies, graduates are able to demonstrate the ability of the following:
      be competent: in development of the corresponding expected and analytical recommendations about issues of activity of the public and local authorities in the sphere of management of regional development; in ensuring expert maintenance of development and assessment of projects and programs of development of territories of the region
  • Foreign language (professional)" 2 credits / 3 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Foreign language
    • One of the priority directions of state policy of the Republic of Kazakhstan is the modernization of an education system designed to train the highly qualified specialists of a new formation capable to keep up to date and succeed in the activity.
    • The purpose of teaching discipline – is system deepening of communicative competence within the international standards of foreign-language education on the basis of further development of skills and abilities of active language proficiency in professional activity of future master.
    • Problems of a course:
      • improvement of skills of oral communication in a foreign language on the basis of development of abilities of the argument and polemic within a general scientific and scientific and professional perspective;
      • studying of linguistic characteristics of official and scientific functional styles on a profile of training of the expert;
      • further improvement of skills of audition on material of the professional focused contents.
    • The course of a foreign language in a magistracy meets the requirements of continuity and is one of links of three-stage higher education. This standard program is focused on continuation of a learning of foreign language, improvement of the base created at the previous step and, thus, is closely connected with discipline "Foreign language" in a bachelor degree. Besides, training in a foreign language relies on the linguistic experience of undergraduates gained in the course of studying of a course Kazakh / Russian and also on knowledge and abilities of undergraduates in the specialty.
    • The undergraduate has to know:
      • functional and stylistic characteristics of statement of material in the learned foreign language;
      • general scientific terminology of the corresponding specialty in a foreign language;
      • bases of business correspondence within the international cooperation.
    • Lecturer's full name: k.f.s, associate professor Ertysbayeva G.N.
  • Management 1 credits / 2 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Management (bachelor degree)
    • Purpose of teaching discipline: mastering by master students of the basic principles and methods of organization and management of the enterprise, the study, systematization and consolidation of the foundations of theory and practice of enterprise management in the current conditions of management, decision-making processes in the field of management, theory and practice of management and its components, such as: the basic idea of ​​formal organizations, medium, small and large, on external and internal variables, their effective management, motivation and control, group dynamics and leadership.
    • Problems of studying of discipline:
      • consideration of general theoretical and practical aspects of management;
      • acquisition of knowledge that will help to carry out personnel management activities, the ability to resolve conflict situations in the organization, build effective organizations, achieve their goals, using labor, intelligence, the motives of other people's behavior and exercise leadership in a variety of situations;
      • studying of basic elements of system of management
      • studying of approaches to a concept management
      • definition of a role and the place of the manager in the organization, requirements to the modern head
      • receiving complex idea of methodology modern management
    • Lecturer's full name: PhD Orynbasarova E.D.
  • Psychology 2 credits / 3 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Psychology
    • Purpose of teaching discipline: training of undergraduates in fundamentals of psychology of the higher school, extension of their professional opportunities in respect of use of psychological knowledge in the sphere of pedagogical activities.
    • Tasks of a study of discipline:
    • To open a psychology and pedagogical entity of educational process at the higher school.
    • To give to undergraduates an integral idea of the most considerable theoretical concepts, empirical researches and the main applications of the general, social, age and pedagogical psychology in relation to course "Psychology".
    • To consider the main tendencies of development of the higher school at the present stage.
    • To develop psychology and pedagogical thinking of undergraduates.
    • Course Prerequisites: the course study "Psychology" is based on knowledge gained on prior disciplines of a bachelor degree: philosophy, sociology, cultural science.
    • Lecturer's full name: k.p.s, associate professor Kenzhebayeva S.K.
  • State and local Management 2 credits //3 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: State and local Management
    • The theory and practice of state building in the Republic of Kazakhstan poses a number of new problems in the field of the formation and functioning of the system of public administration, since its facilities are quite dynamic due to the large-scale introduction of market mechanisms in the economy of the country. It is important to develop such a mechanism of governance and legal regulation that would facilitate the implementation of the strategic objectives of the Republic of Kazakhstan as a democratic, secular, socially-oriented state.
    • The aim of the course is to study the theoretical and practical aspects of public administration.
    • In accordance with this goal, the following tasks are set:
    • have:
      • a holistic view of the state as a subject of management in a market economy;
      • a comprehensive view of the public administration system and understand the essence of its components: process, goals, functions, principles, methods, bodies, public service personnel;
      • An idea of ​​the nature of public administration as a type of professional activity for determining the similarities and differences between state and other types of management;
    • know:
      • principles, mechanism, specificity of using the main tools for implementing state economic policy at different levels of government;
    • be able to:
      • Understand the structure of the management system at all levels;
    • own:
      • practical skills of working in public authorities.
    • To improve the effectiveness of this course, graduate students need to know the content of the following disciplines: "Management", "Theory of Public Administration", "State Regulation of Economics", "English Language", "Fundamentals of Law". The study of these disciplines is the basis for an in-depth study of the theoretical and practical aspects of public administration that will allow specialists to make effective state decisions.
    • Full name of the lecturer: Ph.D., Professor Zhetpisbayeva M.K.
  • The organization of administrative activity in local governments 3 credits / 5 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Management, Theory of Public Administration, Municipal Management, Human Resource Management, Regional Economics and Management
    • Post-requisition: Internship practice, work on the master's project.
    • Purpose: the formation of a complex of theoretical knowledge of undergraduates on management activities in local government, development of specific skills in the implementation of various types of management activities, analysis of management systems in local government.
    • The brief description of the course: The subject and methods of the science of management in local government. Management activities as a function of local governments. Organizational bases of management. Methodological foundations of management. Technological bases of management. Providing management activities. Leader as the central figure of the control system in local government. Personnel policy in local government. Motivation and systems of motivation of labor activity of workers. Administrative conflicts in local governments.
    • Expected results: The magistrate should:
    • know: the basis for the formation of management activities in local governments; content of the principles, norms and rules of the organization of management activities; technologies and mechanisms for the formation of management activities;
    • have skills: to creatively comprehend and use in their future professional activities the basics of organizing management activities; be guided in the future professional activities of knowledge of the organization of management activities; own methods of analyzing situations that may lead to a conflict of interest in local governments;
    • understand: technologies and mechanisms for the formation of the organization of management activities; content of the principles of organization of management activities.
    • to be competent: in practical application of modern technologies and methods of organizing management activities.
    • Full name of the lecturer: Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor Baigurenova M.A.
  • Economics of the municipal economy 3 credits / 5 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Theory of Public Administration, Finance, Management, Marketing, Macroeconomics, State Regulation of Economics.
    • Post-requisition: Internship practice, work on the master's project.
    • Purpose: to study the essence and laws of the development of the municipal economy in the conditions of the market.
    • Brief description of the course: Conceptual bases of municipal economy. Municipal management and power. Planning is an important area of the municipal economy. The effectiveness of the municipal economy and the process of implementing state decisions at the territorial level.
    • Expected results: the master student must master the methods of effective municipal management.
    • Full name of the lecturer: Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor Zhanbekova Z.Kh.
  • Fundamentals of local government and self-government 3 credits / 5 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Municipal Management, Theory of Public Administration
    • Post-requisites: master's work practice, master's project work
    • Objective: to study the systems of local government and self-government, to generalize theoretical knowledge and practical world experience about tasks, functions, methods and organizational forms of management at the local level, to develop clear knowledge in local self-government among masters, to develop management skills in local self-government.
    • Short course description: Theoretical bases of local government. Functions and powers of executive and representative bodies of management. State structure and regional management. Regions in unitary states. Subjects of the federation and other regional entities in federal states. Regionalized states (states of autonomies). Local government: the foundations of status. Local government and self-government systems. Powers and structure of elected bodies of self-government. Interaction of state and local government bodies. British system of local government. The American system. Romanesque system. The German system. The Scandinavian system. Local government of Japan. System of local government in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
    • Expected results: As a result of mastering the content of the discipline "Fundamentals and organization of local government and self-government", the master student should know the modern scientific and practical views on the activities of the local government and self-government system, the principles and methods of organizing its basic elements in specific conditions of social and economic development of the society; be able to apply methods of organization and management of local authorities, use categories, concepts and terms of local government, their classification; have the ability to analyze, organize and plan in the field of local government; know the culture of thinking, know its general laws, master the skills of public speech, argumentation, discussion and polemics; have the skills of independent work to identify the peculiarities of our state's policy at the present stage.
    • Full name of the lecturer: PhD Mussatayeva A.A.
  • Regional and local government 3 credits / 5 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Finance, Theory of Public Administration, Regional Economics and Management, Municipal Management
    • Post-requisites: undergraduate work experience, work on a master's project.
    • The goal: to form a systematized view of undergraduates about local government as one of the mandatory elements of the system of government and administration in the state; develop and consolidate the skills of applying the theory of local government for the purposes of municipal government.
    • Brief description of the course: Theoretical aspects of the concept of local government. Principles of local government. The basic theory of local government. Principles of legal regulation of local self-government, depending on the legal systems of states. Local government in foreign countries. The territorial structure of local government. Competence of local government. Organizational forms of local government. The combination of representative and direct democracy. Relationships of local, regional and national authorities. State support of local government. Forms and methods of control over the activities of local governments by the central government. Local government resources. Municipal property. Local budget. Basic rights of local government. Associations, commercial and non-profit inter-municipal organizations. Guarantees of local government. Responsibility of bodies and officials of local self-government.
    • Expected results: As a result of mastering the content of the discipline "Theory of Local Self-Government", the undergraduate must know the essence and content of local self-government, its specific features, the basic theories of local self-government; be able to understand the essence of local self-government as a form of exercise of power by the people; freely understand the issues and problems of local government; free to navigate in the scientific and research literature on these issues; own the main basic categories; skills to exercise their right to exercise local self-government.
    • Full name of the lecturer: PhD Mussatayeva A.A.
  • Management of housing and communal services 3 credits / 5 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Theory of Public Administration, State and Business, Regional Economics and Management, Municipal Management .
    • Post-requisites: undergraduate work experience, work on a master's project.
    • The purpose: form a comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of the housing and utilities sector, give future specialists in state and local government knowledge of the essence of the housing and utilities complex reform, the structure of the housing and utilities sector and the fundamentals of operation, maintenance and repair of the housing stock, develop the practical skills necessary to management decisions in the field of housing and communal services.
    • Brief description of the course: Reforms of housing and communal services. Regulatory framework of housing and utilities. Fundamentals of Housing Management. The essence of the composition and structure of housing services. The role of local governments in reforming the housing management system. Organization and management of the systems of power supply, heat supply, gas supply, water supply and drainage. Management of enterprises of heat, electricity, water supply. Management of financial flows in housing and communal complexes. The main tasks and types of work on the improvement of urban areas.
    • Expected results: be able to integrate the conceptual apparatus of the discipline, analyze data describing the development and management of housing and public utilities at the regional level, know the legislative and regulatory documents governing the activities of housing and public utilities, be able to process and analyze information necessary for managing the development of housing and public utilities, put into practice the modern system of housing and communal services, its basic principles and methods of management, to develop practical skills necessary for making management decisions in the field of housing and communal services.
    • Full name of the lecturer: Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor Zhanbekova Z.Kh.
  • Urban infrastructure and spatial development 3 credits / 5 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Municipal Management, Territory Marketing, Land Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Social and Economic Planning, Regional Economics and Management.
    • Post requisites: undergraduate work experience, work on a master project
    • The goal is to create knowledge in the field of urban infrastructure development and spatial development of cities, to know the structure and principles of organization of territorial and sectoral city management bodies, to develop skills in managing urban space and urban economy.
    • Brief description of the course: Territory as an object of planning and development. Systems of populated areas. Structural organization of urban areas and administrative boundaries. Regulatory framework for the development of territories. General plan of the city. Land use and development rules. Development projects of urban areas. Development of built-up areas. Types and categories of urban infrastructures. Formation and development of infrastructure systems in cities. Socio-economic resources for the development of infrastructure systems of the city. Development of built-up areas. Types and categories of urban infrastructures. Formation and development of infrastructure systems in cities. Socio-economic resources for the development of infrastructure systems of the city. Development of infrastructure systems of the city in the context of socio-economic reforms. Infrastructure of the housing sphere of the city. Communal infrastructure of the city. Social infrastructure of the city.
    • Expected results: integrate knowledge in the area of ​​basic characteristics, indicators and parameters of urban infrastructures, as well as objects that form the urban space; be able to use the conceptual apparatus of the discipline; use information bases that characterize the transformation of the urban space of the development of the city, the urban space; determine the goals, priorities and directions of development of infrastructure systems in cities. Acquire experience and skills in the use of methods for the development of infrastructure systems in cities, be competent in the development of infrastructure systems and spatial development; be able to use information and communication technologies when making management decisions in the field of spatial development of innovative development of the urban environment.
    • Full name of the lecturer: Candidate of Economic Sciences, Associate Professor Zhanbekova Z.Kh.
  • Management of PPP projects in the region 3 credits / 5 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Macroeconomics, Theory of Public Administration, Management, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Regional Economics and Management, State and Business.
    • Post-requisites: undergraduate work experience, work on a master project.
    • Purpose: learn how to use different management methods and mechanisms for developing PPP projects at the regional level.
    • Brief description of the course: Regulatory legal acts in the field of PPP. Institutes of PPP. PPP project planning. Selection of contractual form of PPP. Funding and state support measures. Risk management in PPP projects in the regions of Kazakhstan. Analysis of the application of PPP projects in the regions of Kazakhstan.
    • Expected result: acquisition of risk management competencies in PPP projects; skills related to identification, risk analysis and decision-making, which include maximizing the positive and minimizing the negative consequences of the occurrence of risk events; skills to develop PPP projects.
    • Full name of the lecturer: Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor Taubayev A.A.
  • Development of public-private partnership in Kazakhstan as a factor in improving the efficiency of investment and innovation processes 3 credits / 5 ECTS
    • Prerequisites: Economic theory, Microeconomics, Macroeconomics, State regulation of the economy
    • Post-requisites: master's work practice, master's project work
    • Purpose: to study the theoretical and practical aspects of the development of public-private partnership in Kazakhstan. The course content includes the most important theoretical and methodological issues of development of public-private partnership in Kazakhstan, as well as the results of increasing the efficiency of investment and innovation processes.
    • Brief description of the course: In this course, master students receive knowledge in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship, which is due to the growing role of technological development as a factor of the country's competitiveness.
    • Increasing the effectiveness of the use of research and development results directly depends on the state's ability to form, at the state level and at the level of economic entities, favorable framework conditions for supporting innovation. This process should be systemic in nature and include a set of legal and organizational and economic measures aimed at stimulating innovative activity of producers of high-tech products and services (including tax, depreciation, antimonopoly, customs and foreign economic policies, as well as standardization and suppression of unfair competition); financial support for innovative processes (including, state policy on financing research and development from the state budget, equity financing, attraction of extra-budgetary sources of financing, including funds of international organizations, venture funds, private capital, population funds, etc.); integration of science and industry.
    • Expected results: In studying this discipline, the master student develops the ability to analyze, organize and plan research and development through the establishment of stable relations between science and the market and the activation of technology transfer, to verify and structure information obtained from various sources.
    • Full name of the lecturer: Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor Taubayev A.A.
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