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2014 Graduate School Scholarship Application

Deadline: February 12, 2014 at 11:59 PM CST

 

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MPA Program honors Chris Stansbury

MPA Program honors alumnus Christopher C. Stansbury with Distinguished Alumnus Award.

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MPA Connections Newsletter

Stay up to date with the news of the MPA Program

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Center for Public Service

The Center for Public Service provides research, training, and technical assistance to local governments, nonprofit organizations, community residents, and the business community in the West Texas region.

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Mastering The Public Sector

The program for the Master of Public Administration degree is designed to prepare students to assume administrative positions in government, healthcare, and nonprofit agencies.

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Degree Tracks Apply MPA Handbook
Texas Tech Public Administration

Welcome to the Public Administration program at Texas Tech University. The Master of Public Administration (MPA) provides professional knowledge and skills-based competence for working public administrators or students seeking a career as a manager or policy analyst in public or nonprofit agencies. Recipients of our degree enter the job market equipped with general public management skills and a specialization in a particular public sector or policy area such as non-profit management, fiscal administration, health administration, and health policy among others. The MPA is conferred and administered by the Department of Political Science in conjunction with the Center for Public Service.

Our degree offers track concentrations on the following areas:

At Texas Tech, we are deeply concerned about teaching as well as research, and we offer a quality education with a high degree of interaction among faculty and students. We are committed to challenging students in the classroom and to providing a “cutting-edge” education. As a result, our students are often involved in real-world projects—working with faculty in the Earl Survey Research Lab, assisting with Center for Public Service projects, or by providing a public service to community organizations through service learning projects.

If you want to learn more about Texas Tech’s MPA program, then please explore the site, review the MPA Handbook, and contact us at 806-742-3125 to set up an appointment to talk about your educational and professional goals.

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