Graduate Program in Public Administration

The Master of Arts degree in Public Administration is designed to serve the needs of students who are preparing for political or administrative careers in public or governmental service, careers in secondary education, or continued graduate studies. Students can choose from a Public Administration option, a General Political Science option, or a joint degree in Public Administration-Criminal Justice.

Graduate courses in Public Administration are offered traditionally (face-to-face) and online (web-delivered). Graduate courses in Criminal Justice are also offered in an online format.

In order to receive the Master of Arts degree in Public Administration or Master of Arts degree in Political Science, the student must pass a comprehensive oral examination of the coursework.  Click here to read more about the comprehensive exam requirements and how to schedule your comprehensive exam.

Upcoming Courses in Public Administration: Spring 2014

Course Instructor Day and Time

PS 5301 Seminar in Comparative Government

An examination of various approaches to the study of comparative government.

Dr. David Watson Wednesday 6pm-8:50pm,
or online

PS 5311 Public Administration Survey

The conduct of public business by organized agencies at national, state and local levels.

Dr. Jim Case

Select weekends,
or online

PS 5316 Health and Welfare Policy

Focuses on techniques used in health and welfare policy development, adoption, and evaluation in the public sector.

Dr. Amy Moreland

Tuesday 6pm-8:50pm,
or online

This course listing is tentative and subject to change. For the official course schedule, visit SRSU Banner.