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Public Administration

Fact Sheet

Title of Degree

Master of Public Administration [MPA]

7 Semesters (If average 6 credits are taken each semester)

List of Specialization

General Public Administration
Health Service Administration
Nonprofit Management


Semester Credit Hours Required to Complete the Program


  Students in the degree program

Total Students to Full-Time Nucleus Faculty
In Person Instruction

Full Time Nucleus Faculty

Out of State Students

International Students

Part-Time Students

Possible Dual Degrees are:
Master of Science in Nursing/Master of Public Administration B.A./M.P.A. program


Mode of Program Delivery:
In Person Instruction

Some of the program’s pre-service students participate in
the graduate assistantship program which covers the cost
of tuition and fees and provides a small salary in exchange
for a maximum of 20 hours per week of University service.

Specializations include
Nonprofit Administration &
Health Service Administration

Graduation Rates

Graduated within Degree Program Period: 60 %
Graduated in 150% of Degree Program Period: 72%
Graduated in 200% of Degree Program Period: 76%

Tuition Rates, Full-Time (Spring 2018)
Instate: $8,400.50
Out-of State: $10,785.00

Admission Criteria

Bachelors Degree: Required
Letter of Recommendation: Required
Statement of Intent: Required
Resume: Required
GPA: Minimum Required:3.0


Organizational Relationship of the MPA Program





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