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CAS in Public Governance and Administration Information
The CAS in Public Governance and Administration is offered once per year in September.
CAS Thesis
The CAS Thesis is offered once per year in September.

This course will be offered in the Spring Semester 2021 as an exception
NumberTitleTypeECTSHoursLecturers
371-0100-00LCAS Thesis Restricted registration - show details
Only for CAS in Public Governance and Administration.
O7 credits13DM. Ambühl, N. Meier
AbstractIn their CAS thesis, participants synthesize their learning and apply their insights to their own institutions or examine a relevant topic employing the course methodologies.
ObjectivePractical application of course content and concepts.
ContentThe CAS Thesis is an individually authored academic paper that serves as the culminating learning experience in this program. The purpose of the CAS Thesis is to give students the opportunity to integrate the most relevant content and concepts from the CAS blocks into their own professional context.

CAS participants are free to choose a topic of particular relevance or interest to them. The main focus of the thesis should be on developing a solution or new perspective to a specific problem or area using a specified methodology or conceptual framework.
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