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Master of Public Administration
Norwich University’s Master of Public Administration program meets the rapidly changing dynamics of the business world of professional administrators and provides a career path for working professionals. Well-educated public administrators are needed to fulfill the responsibilities of meeting a community’s needs, work effectively with other individuals and groups, navigate complex ethical and legal issues, and operate within increasingly limited budgets.
You will gain workplace strategies and develop vital skill sets through a specialized curriculum. Concentrations are suited to help students meet inidivualized career goals.
Criminal Justice and Public Safety
International Development and Influence
Public Works and Sustainability
Policy Analysis and Analytics
Graduates of the Master’s degree program must also complete a capstone project, culminating the main objectives of the program.
The online Master of Public Administration program ends in a residency at the historic Norwich University campus in Vermont.
A bachelor's degree in any discipline from a regionally accredited institution
Undergraduate GPA of 2.75 or higher
Official transcript of your undergraduate degree from a regionally or nationally accredited university
Letter of intent
Admissions essay demonstrating graduate-level writing and critical thinking skills, or the GRE
One letter of recommendation from a professional or academic contact
Accreditation & Licensing
New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Commission on Institutions of Higher Education
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