Students majoring in public administration most often find employment in all levels of government – federal, state and local – as well as non-profit and not-for-profit agencies in the United States and international non-governmental organizations. But the broad, practical training provided by the major will serve students interested in private sector, management positions in the United States or, if coupled with international studies, international corporations.
Most importantly, students receive instruction in small classes and are guided in their careers by faculty who are genuinely interested in their students’ success. Program faculty have a wealth of government experience from serving on a county election board, working in a legislative research agency and state representative, and serving on state commissions and municipal and county study projects.
About the School
Can you picture yourself behind a desk, sharing the most up-to-the-minute news with the public via print, Internet or TV? Do you see yourself behind the scenes, using state-of-the-art audio and video ... Read More