| National College of Public Administration and Governance|
Pambansang Dalubhasaan ng Pamamahalang Pambayan
|Motto||Paglingkuran ang Sambayanan!|
|Type||University of the Philippines National College (officially Degree-Granting Unit)|
|Dean||Ma. Fe V. Mendoza|
|College Secretary||Ma. Oliva S. Domingo, DPA|
|Location||R.P. De Guzman St., UP Diliman, Quezon City, Philippines|
|Website||UP NCPAG Website|
The U.P. National College of Public Administration and Governance is a degree-granting unit at the University of the Philippines Diliman. Founded as the Institute of Public Administration (IPA), it has produced government officials, bureaucrats, civil society leaders and academic among others. It also houses the Eastern Regional Organization on Public Administration (EROPA) secretariat and the Association of Schools of Public Administration in the Philippines (ASPAP) headquarters.
Centers and Units
Research and extension functions of the College are exercised through the four research centers. The College also houses the Publication Office, which oversees the management of the Philippine Journal of Public Administration. Each center is headed by a Director, who also serves as a regular faculty member of the College.
- Center for Public Administration and Governance Education
- Center for Policy and Executive Development
- Center for Local and Regional Governance
- Center for Leadership, Citizenship and Democracy
For more information, see NCPAG Academic Programs.
The College offers the four-year Bachelor of Public Administration (BPA) program which seeks to prepare individuals for a career in the public service. The program offers courses in organizational management, fiscal administration, local governance, public policy, administrative law, and public service ethics among others. An summer internship program is also a highlight feature of the program's curriculum, aiming to immerse students to actual public sector activities.
The graduate studies program offers the Master of Public Administration (MPA) and Doctor of Public Administration (DPA) degrees. The MPA program has three plans: Plan A (thesis track), Plan B (non-thesis track with specialization), and Plan C (mid-career executive masters). Plan A prepares students for teaching, research, and other careers in public service. Plan B offers specialization in organizational management (OM), public fiscal administration (PFA), public policy and program administration (PPPA), local government and regional administration (LGRA), spatial information management (SIM), voluntary sector management (VSM), and public enterprise management (PEM). Plan C is customized for individuals already occupying high-ranking positions in the bureaucracy.
The DPA program, on the other hand, is a practice-oriented doctorate degree which offers courses in political development, economics development, and social development, as well as training in urban and local government administration. The DPA degree would be conferred upon completion of a comibation of coursework and a dissertation.
For more information, see NCPAG Faculty.
- Professor Emeritus Jose Abueva
- Professor Emerita Leonor Magtolis-Briones
- Dr. Erwin Gaspar Alampay
- Dr. Minerva Baylon
- Dr. Alex Brillantes Jr.
- Prof. Wilhelmina Cabo
- Prof. Zita Concepcion Calugay
- Prof. Alicia Celestino
- Dr. Edna Estifania Co
- Dr. Jocelyn Cuaresma
- Prof. Rizalino Cruz
- Dr. J. Prospero De Vera III
- Dr. Maria Faina Diola
- Dr. Ma. Oliva Domingo
- Dr. Ebinezer Florano
- Prof. Herisadel Flores
- Prof. Simeon Ilago
- Dr. Maria Fe Mendoza (Dean)
- Dr. Remigio Edgardo Ocenar
- Prof. Maria Victoria Raquiza
- Dr. Danilo Reyes
- Prof. Dan Saguil
- Dr. Noriel Christopher Tiglao
- Frances Fatima Cabana
- Charlie Cabotaje
- Alvic Padilla
- Case Room
- NCPAG Assembly Hall
- NCPAG Audio-Visual Room
- NCPAG Dome
- NCPAG Friendship Garden
- NCPAG Library
Dean's office: 928-38-61 / 928541
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