The Master of Public Administration prepares students to work in government, nonprofit organizations, and private entities that deal with governmental agencies and public entities and public policy issues. It is a 36-hour program that includes 27 hours of core courses and 9 hours of electives. Classes on both public policy and public management are offered. Core courses include studies in economics, budgeting, finance, organizational behavior, data analytics, and human resource management. Additionally, students link coursework to real-world experience through an internship. Students already working in public service will complete a practicum through their employer. Pre-service students will find and complete an internship.
About the Program:
- GPA: 3.00