Stutts, Dr. Nancy
Interim Program Chair
Public Administration, Master of (M.P.A.)
Apr 1* (Mar 1 for financial aid)
GRE, GMAT or LSAT
Applicants who submit LSAT scores must have received a grade of C or better in an undergraduate math course.
*These deadlines are designed to allow sufficient time for application review and admission processing. Applications may be submitted after the deadline; however, we cannot guarantee sufficient time for processing. Any application submitted too late for current semester processing will be considered for the following semester. Please contact the program chair with specific application questions.
The Master of Public Administration program is designed to meet the graduate educational needs of pre-service and in-service professionals for careers in public management and analysis in the public and nonprofit sectors. The program is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration.