Master of Public Administration

Master of Public Administration is designed for students who interested in public service careers including state or local government, city management and urban planning, non-profit organizations, and government relations work in private firms. By the end of this program, students will become professionals who are knowledgeable in the theories, principles, and practices of administration and who can apply their skills in a variety of organizational settings, especially within governmental setting. Students are required to complete 48 credit hours that comprising of 12 credits for basic core courses, 15 credits for major core courses, 9 credits for elective courses, and 12 credits for integrative courses and research paper or research project or research thesis.

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