Master’s in Public Administration – Marshall University
The Master’s in Public Administration degree program provides graduate training in academic, research and service to prepare them for positions in public service, leadership positions, and in non/public sectors. Students are trained to lead agencies in areas of budgetary development and management, data collection and analysis, personal training, and policy developments and implementation. All students are required to complete a six credit hour practicum in their specialty area and submit it for review.
International Students must have a minimum TOEFL scores of 550 (paper-based exam), 213 (computer-based exam), and 79 (Internet-based exam) are required. TOEFL exam must be completed no more than two years prior to the application submission for the program. Graduates of English speaking universities will have TOEFL requirements waived. Minimum undergraduate grade point average scores and standardized test scores will be waived for applicants who have previously earned degrees above the baccalaureate level from accredited institutions.