Course Descriptions

INTA 662: CONFLICTS AND CONFLICT MANAGEMENT IN AFRICA

The course is designed to be in two parts. The first part explores the theories, and concepts that explain the types, sources, nature, (internal and external) dynamics and causes of conflicts in Africa since the 1950s. It covers the foundations, nature, and contradictions of African states and societies, and highlights their inherent implications for conflict formation in Africa.

INTA 692: PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

This course focuses on the meaning and scope of Public Administration, classical models; Weberian Bureaucratic model; mixed models, including prismatic and exploitative models. It also examines the organisation of Public Administration; Central Government Administration; Decentralisation, Deconcentration and devolution; public enterprise and international civil service.