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MPA with a concentration in Public Leadership & Management

Online or On-Campus Degree

The Master of Public Administration with a concentration in Public Leadership & Management is offered on campus and online through the Robertson School of Government to students called to serve in leadership careers in public service. Through case studies, service-learning opportunities and best-practice public administration analysis, you will develop technical-skill and character-growth perspectives to promote the best interests of key stakeholders in the public and nonprofit sectors you will ultimately serve.

  • Gain tools to assess and evaluate program implementation.
  • Examine the work of local government managers, such as the roles of county and city managers, executive mayors and chief administrative officers in promoting ethical, effective, efficient and accountable government.
  • Understand the management process in federal government and agencies; focus on modern-day federal managers, how they address issues and with what tools.

Career Opportunities:

  • Budget/Finance Director
  • City Council Member
  • Executive Director, Nonprofit Organization
  • City Manager
  • Economic Development Director
  • Human Resource Management Director
  • Federal Executive Department Assistant

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