General Skills

Department : Doctor of Public Administration

Type: Academic/Profession/Vocation, Degree : Doctoral

General Skills
Able to discover or develop new scientific theories / conceptions, contributing to the development and practice of science and / or technology that concerns and implements the humanities value in their field of expertise, by producing scientific research based on scientific methodology, logical thinking, critical, systematic, and creative;
2. Able to compose an interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary or trans disciplinary research, including the theoretical and / or experimental studies in the fields of science, technology, art and the resulting innovations in the form of a dissertation and publish 2 writings in the indexed national and international scientific journals
3. Able to choose the most appropriate, current, advanced, and beneficial research on humanity through interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, or trans disciplinary approaches, in order to develop and / or produce problem solving in the fields of science, technology, art, or society, based on the results of a study on the availability of internal and external resources;
4. Able to develop a road map of research with an interdisciplinary, multidisciplinary, or trans disciplinary approach, based on a study of the main objectives of the study and its constellation on a broader objective;
5. Able to develop a scientific and technological or art arguments and solutions based on a critical view of facts, concepts, principles or theories that can be accounted for scientifically and academically, and communicate them through mass media or directly to the public;
6. Able to demonstrate an academic leadership in the management, development and maintenance of resources and organizations under their responsibility;
7 Able to manage, including storing, auditing, using, and recovering data and information of research results under its responsibility; and
8 Able to develop and maintain collegial and welfare relationships within their own environment or through networks of collaboration with non-institutional research communities.