Wright State’s Master of Public Administration is a graduate degree program for people with a passion for public service. Our graduates work in leadership positions across all levels of government as well as diverse nonprofit and private organizations.
Why Choose Wright State?
M.P.A. SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
Wright State is offering a limited number of Public Sector Scholarships for federal, state, and local government employees for Fall Semester 2023. These scholarships cover 50 percent of tuition for the two-year program length. The scholarship priority deadline is April 1, 2023. However, applications will be accepted until mid-August. You should provide official confirmation of your employment to program director Daniel Warshawsky and submit your M.P.A. application through the Graduate School website. You will automatically be considered for the scholarship when your application is received.
Master of Public Administration
There are many good reasons to choose Wright State’s M.P.A. program as you prepare for public service, among them:
- Scholarships available for federal, state, and local government employees
- Nationally accredited degree (NASPAA)
- Named a “Best in the Nation” program by U.S. News & World Report, 2022
- Designed for experienced professionals and students starting careers
- Flexible start date and evening courses
- Regionally unique program with three tracks: General, Criminal Justice, and Social Issues
- 96 percent of graduates find employment within six months
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UPCOMING start dates:
- Spring Semester—January 8, 2024
- Summer Semester—May 6, 2024
- Fall Semester—August 26, 2024