The Executive Master of Public Service and Administration program prepares principled leaders who have the critical skills, knowledge, and expertise to excel and lead in the public service field, specifically in homeland security, nonprofit enterprises, or public management. The program is delivered online in order to serve full-time working executives and professionals.
The Executive Master of Public Service and Administration program is a 39 graduate credit hour, non-thesis degree program offered completely online with two weeks in residence (one week in residence to occur during two separate semesters). Admitted students may select between the three tracks of Homeland Security, Nonprofit Management, or Public Management. Students will be provided unique development opportunities throughout their study to develop executive-level problem solving and decision-making skills.
The Master of Public Service and Administration degree at the Bush School of Government and Public Service is accredited by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA).