The objective of this module is to review a number of basic concepts in statistics and mathematics to prepare you for the more advanced material that you are going to encounter in the core modules of the EMPA.

Master of Public Administration (MPA) related information and resources.

MPA enquiries:


telephone: +44 (0)20 7107 5234

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Dissertation: full unit

Policy Paper: half-unit taught across the full academic year

Course Leader: Dr Bob Babajanian

Administrative contact:

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This page has been created for all MPA 2nd year students to use and for students who have been allocated the following codes; DV4B3, EC4B3, EU4B3, GV4B3, MG4K3 and SA4K3.

Course Leader: Dr Bob Babajanian

Administrative contact:

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The course is available to all MPA offer-holders and will be open until 10th September 2018.

Participation in this online course is voluntary and does not entail a formal assessment. The marks are given for your reference only.