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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


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Semester Credit Hours Required to Complete the Program

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  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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