A master’s degree in public administration prepares our students for management careers in local, state, or federal government, nonprofit organizations, and other jobs that meet the needs of the community. The Master of Public Administration program trains students to manage public sector operations and carry out public policy directives in an efficient manner. The program’s goals include fostering the expertise, knowledge, and abilities necessary for the efficient growth and management of civil service sectors as well as an in-depth comprehension of the bigger political contexts that influence the public sector as a whole. Graduates will be prepared to advance in their jobs or begin careers in management and leadership positions in a variety of organizations with a public sector such as; government offices, non-profit organizations, public interest/advocacy, and as consultants.
Thesis graduate programme requirements include 7 courses (21 credits) a seminar and a thesis. The seminar and thesis requirements are without credit. The thesis will have to be submitted to the approval of a thesis jury.
Non-thesis graduate programme requirements include 10 courses (30 credits) and a project.