Academic Program

Academic Program


Candidates employed in the public or private sectors with practical experience are eligible to apply provided that they hold a university degree, or a degree from an accredited institution of higher education with a final grade of "good" (75) or higher. Candidates will be accepted on the basis of meeting university requirements (exemption in English). Additionally, a personal interview will be taken into consideration. In exceptional circumstances, candidates with practical experience, such as stated above, who do not meet the final grade requirement (75 or higher) will be considered. If accepted, such candidates may be accepted on a conditional basis, subject to meeting additional requirements determined by the program.



Introduction to Public Policy - Prof. Itai Sened

Dynamic Systems Management - Prof. Orly Yecheskel

Social Aspects of Public Policy - Prof. Gila Menahem & Dr. Chaim Weizmann

Cost Benefit Analysis - Prof. Joseph Berechman

Constitutional Law - The Honorable Avi Zamir, retired Judge

The Welfare State - Dr. Amos Zehavi

Leadership in the Management of People - Dr. Yael Elraz-Shapira

Issues in Administrative Law - The Honorable Avi Zamir, retired Judge

Innovative Management - Dr. Dr. Hedva Vinerski

The Legislative Authority - Mr. Ophir Paz-Pines

Central-Local Government Relations - Mr. Ophir Paz Pines

Issues in Law and Local Government - Adv. Noa Ben-Arieh and Adv. Dana Heifetz-Tuchler

Urban Planning - Dr. Ravit Hannanel

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