Public Administration Programs in Washington

List of Public Administration Programs in Washington

Public Administration Programs That May Be Currently Accepting Applicants

Johns Hopkins University AAP

MS in Government, MS in Public Management
MSCHE Accredited

University of North Carolina

Master of Public Administration Online
Accredited
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Ellensburg | WA Accredited by: NCCU
CWU's MS-PA degree program requires no thesis and can be completed within 12 months. The program provides knowledge and skills to professionals or administrators working in the public, private, or non-profit sectors.
Programs:
  • Master of Science in Public Administration (MS-PA)
Cheney | WA Accredited by: NASPAA | NCCU
Multiple options for the MPA program, including Master of Public Administration, Advanced Standing Masters of Public Administration, Master of Public Administration with Health Service Administration Specialization, and Public Management Development Certificates program. EWU also offers dual Masters degrees in MPA/Master of Business Administration (MBA), MPA/Master of Social Work (MSW), and MPA/Master of Urban and Regional Planning. An EWU survey found that over half of their graduates went to work or kept working for some level of government, while over 10% went to work in the non profit sector and over 25% went to work in the private sector.
Programs:
  • Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Seattle | WA Accredited by: NASPAA | NCCU
The Seattle University Master of Public Administration (MPA) program is just one of two NASPAA accredited MPA programs in Washington State. The vast majority of MPA students at Seattle University are full time, but part time classes are available, with all MPA classes offered in the evening or on Saturdays. About half of all MPA grads work for the government and around 40% work for nonprofit organizations.
Programs:
  • Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Olympia | WA Accredited by: NCCU
The Master of Public Administration degree at Evergreen State College prepares graduates for public, nonprofit and business careers as leaders, managers and analysts. Concentration areas include Tribal Governance, Public & Nonprofit Administration, and Public Policy.
Programs:
  • Master of Public Administration (MPA)
| WA Accredited by: NASPAA
UW - Evans School MPA program is nationally ranked and provides students the skills needed in the government and nonprofit sector. Areas of concentration include: Social Policy: Poverty, Education, and Social Welfare; Public Policy Analysis and Evalution; Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy; Environmental Policy and Management; Public Leadership, Management, and Decision-Making; International Development; Metropolitan and Urban Policy; and Public Finance and Budgeting.
Programs:
  • Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Bothell | WA Accredited by: NCCU
The Master of Arts in Policy Studies program at UWB is designed to prepare students in leadership roles in public policy work.
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Seattle | WA Accredited by: NCCU
UW - Evans School MPA program is nationally ranked and provides students the skills needed in the government and nonprofit sector. Areas of concentration include: Social Policy: Poverty, Education, and Social Welfare; Public Policy Analysis and Evalution; Nonprofit Management and Philanthropy; Environmental Policy and Management; Public Leadership, Management, and Decision-Making; International Development; Metropolitan and Urban Policy; and Public Finance and Budgeting.
Programs:
  • Master of Public Administration (MPA)
| WA Accredited by: NASPAA | NCCU
The Master of Public Affairs at WSU provides students with the skills to be leaders in the government, nonprofit and public fields. Areas of concentration include: Public administration, Applied policy studies, Health policy administration, Justice studies, and Environmental policy.
Programs:
  • Master of Public Affairs (M.P.A.)
Pullman | WA Accredited by: NASPAA | NCCU
Program is designed to have small class sizes under 20 students. Specific concentration areas include political science, business administration, economics, sociology, health policy administration, environmental science/regional planning, law and criminal justice.
Programs:
  • Master of Public Affairs