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Public Administration (MPA)

Upon completion of the program, students will be able to:

  1. Apply techniques for program evaluation.
  2. Identify short and long term impacts of budgets.
  3. Integrate self-knowledge: awareness of one’s own stylistic preferences for relating to others.
  4. Appraise the organizational environment, both internal and external as well as the culture, politics, and institutional setting.
  5. Identify and employ alternative sources of funding.
  6. Articulate and apply methods for measuring and improving human performance.
  7. Employ analytical tools for collecting, analyzing, presenting, and interpreting data, including appropriate statistical concepts and techniques.
  8. Communicate effectively in writing.
  9. Lead, manage, and serve a diverse workplace and citizenry.
  10. Apply concepts of social equity to public affairs, administration, and policy.
  11. Integrate self-knowledge: awareness of one’s own stylistic preferences for relating to others.
  12. Work productively in teams: interact effectively in a team, and demonstrate an ability to develop effective working relationships.

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