Franklin's MPA Degree assists students to tackle the specific leadership challenges faced by public administration professionals. Concentration areas include Criminal Justice Administration, Healthcare Administration, Human Resource Management and Public Administration.
Core foundations and curriculum includes Political and legal institutions and processes, human resources management, concepts and techniques of financial administration, economic and social systems, organizational and management, political science and more.
The Ohio University Master of Public Administration degree offers both a traditional on-campus program and the online MPA program. Students can choose from concentrations in public management, nonprofit management, and environmental and energy policy.
The MPA program at the University of Akron prepares students for public and nonprofit management careers. Specializations are offered in emergency management, nonprofit management, evaluation, and urban management.
The NASPAA accredited MPA program at the University of Toledo is designed to help professionals advance in government and nonprofit management careers. Areas of concentration include: health care, municipal administration and management of non-profit organizations.