- Entrepreneurship & Business Management
- Management Communication
- Public Administration
- Computer Practice
Public managers occupy positions of leadership at central, provincial and local levels of government, as well as in related parastatal institutions. The public manager is involved in many facets of public finance, state security, domestic security, foreign affairs, education, manpower, commerce and industry, economics and matters of local interest.
The aim of the National Diploma in Public Management is to prepare students for a career in the public sector. The object is to prepare students for entry into commerce and industry, and to offer invaluable guidance on managerial competencies for those preparing to enter higher levels of the public sector.