PUB 511W Graduate Writing & Research (non-credit) (offered online only)
PUB 501 Introduction to Public Administration (3 credits) (offered online only)
Applicants who have attained an undergraduate cumulative grade point average of BELOW a 3.5 GPA will be required to take the PUB 511W Graduate Writing and Research workshop (non-credit/no cost workshop). Students who have a 3.5 cumulative GPA or better who have been out of school for more than 4 years are also required to take the PUB 511W in the first term of enrollment. Anyone can take this class, but those who wish to take it should do so in their first term of enrollment. This is a non-credit, no cost workshop.
Minimum 36 Credits to Complete Degree
|PUB 503||Theories, Principles and Practice of Public Administration|
|PUB 535||Research Methodologies|
|PUB 545||Values and Ethics in Public Administration|
|PUB 605||Public Policy Analysis and Evaluation|
|PUB 609||Seminar in Public Financial Administration|
|PUB 611||Seminar in Public Human Resources Administration|
|PUB 635||Leadership in Public Purpose Organizations|
|PUB 647||Public Law and Administration|
|PUB 670||Public Planning and Growth Management|
|PUB 699||Capstone: Applied Project|
Continue the MPA program with PUB 5xx and 6xx courses.
The MPA program is a minimum of 36 credits to complete (39 with PUB 501); up to 6 credits are transferable from other accredited programs. Please refer to transfer credit section.
Complete the MPA program with PUB 699 Capstone Project.
Elective Courses (6 Credits/Select Any 2)
|PUB 622||Non-Profit Administration|
|PUB 623||Productivity Improvement in the Public Sector|
|PUB 650||Public/Private Enterprise|
|PUB 660||Public Policy and Administrative Process|