Masters in Political Economy – Evening Program


Bridging Cultures and Continents.  Designing Development.  Crafting Strategies and Guidelines for Governance.

Inspired by Oxford University’s Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) course, UA&P’s Political Economy program seeks to equip students with skills that will enable them to examine society through different lenses–political science, philosophy, economics, history,  sociology–and to consider social issues not merely from a local but also from a regional and global perspective.

The Masters in Political Economy Evening Program caters to fresh graduates and young professionals. The program has the following specializations:

International Relations
Public Policy and Governance

Classes are conducted on weekday evenings (6-9 pm) and on Saturdays. Thesis and non-thesis options are available.

Like all UA&P students, students in the Masters in Political Economy Evening Program are provided with personal and professional mentoring.

The program is accredited under the K to 12 transition program of the Commission on Higher Education (CHED), meaning that faculty and non-teaching staff of universities and colleges can pursue the program under CHED scholarship.  For more details, visit CHED’s Scholarships for Graduate Studies (Local) page.

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