Masters in Public Administration

Whether you're just out of college or in the midst of your career, a degree in Public Administration may be the next step for you to pursue. Investing in education and training for leadership in public service is a decision that will help make a difference in your community and your future.

The Master of Public Administration (MPA) program provides a quality graduate degree that is affordable, responsive to local workforce needs and is accessible to working part-time students who seek to serve the public through employment in governmental and other non-profit institutions.

The MPA degree is an interdisciplinary program sponsored by the departments of Political Science, Criminal Justice, Geography and Regional Planning, and Economics and Business Management.

Concentrations within the program include Criminal Justice Administration, Community Planning, Development and Management and Non-Profit Management.

Program Requirements

Careers in Public Administration