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Master of Public Administration

Are you interested in business and looking at public administration schools? The Master of Public Administration degree program at South University is designed to address the needs of students for applied coursework in areas of critical importance to local, state, and national governmental and non-profit organizations. The Public Administration degree program is organized around core, specialization, elective, and capstone courses that cover a broad range of governmental and non-profit topics to help develop each student’s knowledge, skills, and abilities. This Public Administration degree integrates knowledge from other areas to provide a combination of general and specialized information in a multi-disciplinary approach. Specializations such as Non-Profit Management, Public Policy, Criminal Justice, and Information Technology allow for in-depth exploration within focused administrative areas.

Students may pursue a Public Administration degree at South University via three paths. The first path allows students to select a specialization from relevant areas such as Non-profit Administration, Public Policy, Criminal Justice, or Information Technology. The second path allows students to pursue a general Public Administration degree, which includes the five courses within the Core Curriculum, six specific courses from the Elective Courses, and the one Capstone Course. The third path allows students to create a custom course of study by mixing courses from the specialization and elective courses for their Public Administration degree program.

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