Public administration undergraduate education during the COVID-19

Ferruh Tuzcuoğlu, Çiğdem Akman, Elvettin Akman, Duygu Aksu


In this study, the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on public administration education was analyzed through undergraduate students. The aim of the study is to determine the possible effects of coronavirus on digital education by conducting a quantitative analysis through undergraduate students of the departments of political science and public administration, and to evaluate the findings and make suggestions and recommendations. The research covers undergraduate students of Süleyman Demirel University, Department of Political Science and Public Administration. Within the scope of the aim, twenty-one questions were asked to undergraduate students by applying the questionnaire technique. 734 undergraduate students participated in the survey and the questionnaire was prepared digitally over Google Forms. The survey data were analyzed with the MAXQDA 2020 Analytics Pro program. The findings were evaluated by visualizing them with the help of tables, figures and graphics.


Coronavirus, Covid-19, public administration, education, digital education, Turkey.

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