MPA students may take electives outside the Department of Public Administration at The College at Brockport only with the approval of your advisor. (Courses with 600-level numbers are graduate courses at Brockport. "Swing" courses are NOT allowed.)
Up to 12 credits of relevant accredited graduate credit taken within the past five years may be transferred from other Brockport master's-level programs or from other accredited graduate-level educational institutions with departmental approval . This includes credit which has been counted toward another master's degree or for certification purposes. Transfer credit may be substituted for both core and elective requirements; however, only courses for which you received a grade of "B" or higher qualify (i.e., courses graded on a "pass/fail" basis are ineligible).
All requests for transfer credit must be submitted in writing (e-mail) to your advisor for approval, and you must submit official college transcripts and course descriptions for each course.
Milestones for Career Success (Part 5)
Wednesday, April 1 from 4:15-5:15pm @ MetroCenter, Room Seminar B.
MPA Speaker Series -- Poverty in Rochester - Ed Doherty
Wednesday, April 1
Reception at 6:30 pm; talk at 7 pm in the Grand Hallway.
MPA Speaker Series -- Monroe County Executive, Maggie Brooks
Tuesday, April 7 @ MetroCenter. Speech will begin at 5:45pm in the Grand Hallway.
Wednesday, April 8 from 5-7pm @ MetroCenter.
Wednesday, April 8 from 8:30-10 pm @ ButaPub. 315 Gregory St. Rochester, NY 14620.
MPA Open House
Monday, April 13 from 5-7 pm @ MetroCenter.
Thursday, April 30 from 8:30-10 pm. Dragonfly Tavern. 725 Park Avenue Rochester, NY 14607.
End of Semester Celebration & Networking Event
Friday, May 14 from 5:30pm-7 pm, location TBD.