The management of cities demands governments capable of effectively and efficiently optimizing their resources, taking advantage of exogenous opportunities in order to build territories in permanent renewal, without losing sight of the economic-financial balance, environmental protection, urban design and, therefore, Of course, the social needs of its inhabitants.
The participation of experts, authorities and prominent professionals from the public sector make up a faculty of prestigious teachers who, together with the work system and training pedagogy, complete a different program in the training of managers of the local public sector.
The Master in Territory Management and Local Policy is taught in collaboration with the Ibero-American Union of Municipalists, an institution that for thirty years has worked for the professionalization of local authorities.
Universidad Camilo José Cela","author_url":"","source":""}" />Curriculum SummaryModule IPublic Management and Local GovernanceCoordinator: Mgs. Rosalinda Martinez Diaz
From November 16, 2020 to February 14, 2021Module IITerritorial Planning and Urban Development of CitiesCoordinator: Mgs. Zulma Bolívar de Vecchi
From February 15 to April 04, 2021Methodological Workshop Final Master's ProjectFrom April 5 to 18, 2022.Module IIIProjection of the Management and the CityCoordinator: Dr. Óscar G. Luengo
From April 19 to June 13, 2022Module IVLocal Productive PromotionCoordinator: Dr. Sergio Pérez Rozzi
From June 14 to August 15, 2022.Module VFinal Master's Project
Delivery of the Master's Thesis: from September 14 to 20, 2021.Curricular Information for each Modality of the Master and PermanenceMaster in online modeThe student will complete and approve the V virtual modules that comprise the Curriculum Summary and that end on September 20 with the delivery of the Master's Thesis, considering the periods of classes and rest indicated in the academic schedule.Master in blended modalityThe student must take and pass Modules I, II III of the Curriculum Summary, which integrates the subjects and the Final Master's Thesis Workshop. And finally, a second phase will be carried out, to take the IV module of the Master in person, participating in the Electoral Campaign Simulator program of the Universidad Camilo José Cela , from June 28 to July 2, 2021 in the City of Madrid, Spain, with whose program he will complete the Master's degree. And finally, prepare and deliver the TFM for evaluation by the Academic Commission, to obtain the Master's degree in each of the modalities.
To take the face-to-face phase of this modality, the Master's degree includes accommodation in a double room as half board (breakfast and lunch), which will be covered exclusively with entry into the hotel on Sunday June 27 and departure on Saturday July 03, 2021.
Important: Additional days at the hotel outside of the indicated dates must be paid by the participant directly to the hotel.
In due course, the necessary information will be communicated to those who select this modality for the preparation of their trip.Rule of Permanence in the MasterStudents have a maximum of two calls for each subject and must complete all the credits of the program in a maximum of two years. The rules of permanence and calls for the Master's degree are regulated by the regulations for postgraduate studies at the Universidad Camilo José Cela (UCJC).AbilitiesThe Master in Management of the Territory and Local Policy, is designed to provide training for action.
The Program thus intends to enhance the values, knowledge and skills of the participants to acquire:Generic competitionsCapacity for analysis and synthesis.
Organizational and planning skills.
Oral and written communication.
Ability to manage information.
Motivation for quality.
Computer knowledge related to the field of study.Cognitive skillsKnow the scope of governance as a subdiscipline of Political Science.
Identify the different theoretical approaches used in governance and their application and evolution in political / public management.
Know how a public policy is defined and elaborated.
Understand the structure and functioning of political systems.
Knowledge of the main strategies and instruments of territorial competitiveness.
Recognize and use theories, paradigms, concepts and principles of public management.
Understand the transformations of public management, in order to obtain a better understanding of the current administrative reality and future prospecting.
Identify the main theories and approaches of Political Science and Administration.
Understanding of the fundamental concepts related to the public policy cycle.Universidad Camilo José Cela","author_url":"","source":""}" />RecipientsThe Master's Program in Territory Management and Local Politics is aimed preferably at elected authorities, managers and professionals of local governments. Mayors, councilors, candidates or leaders of political organizations, secretaries and municipal directors will find in the Master the tools to improve their performance and will have more elements for correct decision-making.
However, the Master is also aimed at professionals from the rest of public administrations, the private sector or belonging to the third sector (NGOs), as well as advisors and consultants who are related and / or interested in expanding their skills and abilities in the field of government and management of cities.Routes and Requirements for Access and AdmissionThe access routes to the Master's Program in Territory Management and Local Politics will be those established in general in the corresponding regulations in force to access a postgraduate program.
To access the Master, interested persons must make their application for registration by online or blended mode, a document that can be downloaded from the UIM Academic Management Platform and it is mandatory to complete and attach to the application.
The requirements that students who wish to enroll in the master must send are the following:Registration document (Completed)
Admission Document (Completed)
Passport or personal identification number
Two letters of recommendation
Personal motivation letter