Master of Public Administration
Penn State's Master of Public Administration (MPA) is designed for persons who want to pursue leadership careers in government and nonprofit organizations. The 36-credit master's degree program blends theoretical and applied concepts and provides "real-world" experiences for the novice administrator.
The curriculum includes 18 credits of required courses and 15 elective credits. Available concentration areas are: criminal justice, government administration, health care management and policy, human resources management, and policy analysis.
National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration (NASPAA)
Middle States Assoc. of Colleges & Schools
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Financial Aid Offered: No