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News: We are taking applications for the Summer 2019 semesters! To begin, click here.

New class listings for Fall 2019!

Fall 2019 on Campus:

GEO 526, Principles of GIS, GEO 529, Principles of GIS 2 – Vector Analysis, GEO 580, SpTp: Transportation Geography, PSC 550, Administrative Law, PSC 621, Urban Administration, PSC 676, Practicum, MGT 620 Human Resource Management, MGT 672 Organizational Behavior, GEO 526 Principles of GIS, PSY 518 Psychology of Personnel.

Fall 2019 Online Courses:

GEO 529, Principles of GIS – 2 Vector Analysis, LS 615, Leadership in the Public Sector, LS 645, Community Collaborative Plan Management, MGT 620 Human Resources Management, MGT 672 Organizational Behavior, PSC 533, Public Administration and Policy Development, PSC 616, Public Administration Scope and Practice.


What can an MPA do for you? Meet Our Students and check out our new MPA Professionals Interview Series!


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The mission of the Master’s Degree in Public Administration at Marshall University is to prepare graduate students to competently lead and manage government and non-profit agencies. Our interdisciplinary curriculum strengthens students’ capacity for understanding the socioeconomic environments and geopolitical dimensions in which governments and non-profits work to meet societal needs, emphasizing the value of ethics, transparency and professional service in public administration.


 

Below, see three of our MPA students presenting research at the Spring 2016 Lewis College of Business Biannual Graduate Research Symposium, graciously sponsored by the BB&T Center for the Advancement of American Capitalism:

Meghan Shears presents research on gender diversity

 

 

Charles Gilkerson, an upcoming graduate of our program,
presents research on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS).

Charles Gilkerson presents research Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS)

 

 

 

Meghan Shears, a second year MPA student,
presents research on gender diversity.

 

Malak Khader presents research on managing diversity

 

 

 

Malak Khader, a second year student, presents research on managing diversity.