The Masters in Public Administration Program: Sample Schedule
|First Semester||Credit Hours|
|POL 601||Budget and Financial Management and Administration||3|
|POL 622||Introduction to Graduate Public Administration||3|
|POL 696||Special Topics In Public Administration, Policy And Law (Administering Global Governance)||3|
|POL 696||Special Topics In Public Administration, Policy And Law (Equity and Diversity)||3|
|POL 610||Political Analysis||3|
|POL 646||Public Policy Analysis and Administration||3|
|POL 654||Politics and Ethics,Advanced CHI II for Graduate Research||3|
|POL 696||Special Topics In Public Administration, Policy And Law(Policy Analysis)||3|
|POL 651||Productivity in the Public and Non-Profit Sectors||3|
|POL 619||Introduction To Game Theory For Political Science||3|
|POL 647||Human Resource Management in Public Service||3|
|POL 658||From Electronic Government To Digital Governance||3|
|POL 671||Political Environment of Business||3|
|POL 606||Organizational Dynamics and Management||3|
|POL 624||Non-Profit Organizations: Law, Policy, and Management||3|
|POL 656||Public Service Internship||3|
|Total Credit Hours||48|
36 to 48 credit hours at the graduate level, depending on government management experience and academic preparation.
Completion of core and specialized track course requirements as specified by the POL Department in consultation with the student’s career goals and interests.
An option exists for those students who wish to complete in five years their Political Science Bachelor’s Degree and a Master of Public Administration. Contact POL Department for details.
All other requirements as stated in sections Requirements for the Master of Arts Degree and General Information.