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NYU Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service Executive Master of Public Administration
NYU Robert F. Wagner School of Public Service

Executive Master of Public Administration

New York, USA

2 Years


Full time, Part time

Request application deadline *

Aug 2024

USD 1,724 / per credit


* Fall 2024 Early Action Deadline


As a passionate, experienced professional, you’re too driven and committed to your work to stand still for long. You’re looking for new skills, expanded networks, and ways to apply your leadership experience to make the maximum impact. Our Executive MPA (EMPA) program is designed to combine your experience and exposure with a professionally-focused education to advance your career and help you deliver social impact at an even higher level.

Program Highlights

  • An inspiring, cohort-based community. EMPA students take part in orientation, core courses, and co-curricular programming within a cohort of service-minded professionals. You'll create powerful connections with fellow students and alumni that will expand your network and inspire your professional journey.
  • Individualized coaching and leadership development. We support EMPA students’ professional development through executive coaching, leadership development courses, and a co-curricular series featuring organizational leaders and skill-building workshops.
  • A customizable curriculum. You'll work closely with a faculty advisor to develop an individual learning plan based on your unique career goals. About two-thirds of the curriculum consists of elective coursework you can cluster around specific topic areas or skill sets.
  • Full- or Part-Time Study. You can complete the program within a year of full-time study, or two or more years of part-time study, with the option to alternate between the two.
  • Flexible Scheduling. You may take elective courses as your schedule permits: on Saturdays (mornings/afternoons), during the week (days/evenings), or a combination of the two.


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