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Executive Master of Administrative Science (EMAS)- AM770

Public managers must be as sophisticated and savvy as their private sector counterparts to steer the K-economy and the e-government that is taking shape within the framework of a modern, progressive, ethical and pro-active governance system.

EMAS is designed to enable the mid-level public managers to play such a role. The program addresses the primary challenges and develops understanding and competencies in areas that will enhance the public manager's career. The curriculum was developed through careful observation of the public agencies, the public executives and through intensive consultation with The National Institute of Public Administration (INTAN). The core courses provide for generic and generally required competencies in accordance with their interest and preference. The Dissertation allows the candidates to demonstrate their ability to formulate and research issues and problem faced by their organizations.

To ensure good value, the program will be taught by a combination of academics, senior public managers, accomplished executives and international corps and also a reputable visiting professor.


Entry Requirements

Applicants (Bumiputras only) must have a recognized honors degree in Administration, Management or other related disciplines with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average of 3.00.


2.75 or equivalent, 2 years of working experienced.


A minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) 2.5 or equivalent, 4 years of working experienced


International Applicants

Applicants must have a good honors degree recognized by Malaysian Government and TOEFL score IBT 35-45/ CBT107-131/Paper Based 417-450 or IELTS = Band 5.

Foreign applicants can only register as full-time candidates. For more information, please visit



Full-Time:            1½ -2 years (3 - 4 semesters)

Part-Time:           2 - 4 years (4 - 8 semesters)

The candidates must complete 40 credit hours of courses including 6 credits of electives and 9 credit hours dissertation.

Classes are conducted on weekends for part-time students.


Learning Sessions

Classes are conducted on weekends for part-time students.