Designed to help you obtain public and nonprofit positions through an interdisciplinary curriculum, MPA graduates qualify for positions that require strong analytical and administrative skills, management expertise, and in-depth knowledge in specific policy areas. The Pace MPA faculty are active, recognized scholars in their disciplines while Pace’s close interaction with government agencies, healthcare entities, and nonprofit organizations provides strong practitioner adjuncts to enhance the classroom experience for students in their specialized fields.
This 39-credit MPA program in Public Administration is designed to prepare students to obtain public and nonprofit positions. Full-time students can complete course work in two years and part-time students typically in four years. The program consists of required core courses, track/specialization courses, and elective courses. Additionally, students are required to take six credits of pre-core foundation course work or secure department course waivers based on documented proficiency.
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This programme may require students to demonstrate proficiency in English.
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