Sullivan University

Master of Public Management

The Master of Public Management (MPM) program is directed toward defining and developing analytical, conceptual and practical competencies for management careers in the public and non-profit sectors. The mission of the MPM program is to offer an innovative and practical curriculum that stresses the business-side of public management and provides the intellectual and theoretical foundations to professionals who prepare to take on managerial roles in public and service organizations. In particular, this program helps develop and sharpen the skills and capacities individuals need for a career in public service or in the nonprofit sector. With a combination of theoretical, analytical, and practice-oriented courses, this program is designed to prepare graduates to be effective in dynamic and increasingly diverse professional environments. Students may choose to concentrate electives in a narrow field of study like health care administration, justice and public safety management, or education management.

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