Master's in Public Administration in Virgin Islands

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Public Administration

A masters is earned after students complete an undergraduate degree program. To obtain a masters, you usually need to complete 12 to 18 college courses that often involve completing comprehensive tests and/or a thesis.

The Master's degree of Public Administration (MPA) program imparts the managerial tools crucial to manage others within the public sector. The program is centered on an entrepreneurial comprehension of issues and opportunities at the state and local government levels.

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Masters in Public Administration

University of the Virgin Islands
Campus Full time September 2017 Virgin Islands St. Thomas St. Croix

The graduate program in Public Administration (MPA) seeks to increase the accessibility to management education for able, motivated men and woman of various ages and educational backgrounds. [+]

Masters in Public Administration

The graduate program in Public Administration (MPA) seeks to increase the accessibility to management education for able, motivated men and woman of various ages and educational backgrounds. The program is designed to prepare students for leadership and management careers in all levels and functions of government, in community service agencies and in the business community, and to provide well-qualified graduates who are highly motivated to seek long-term leadership and management careers in the public service sector.

The program consists of required core courses and elective courses. Students take specialized courses reflecting the concerns of their particular area of interest.... [-]