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The Keller Graduate School of Management's online Master of Public Administration degree is an excellent program for those individuals who are looking to gain the knowledge and the skills that are needed for creating and managing various aspect related to public policy.

As a student in this online public administration degree program, individuals will work with a number of experts in developing the broad knowledge that is needed for becoming an effective manager within any organizational, either traditional or those that lie outside of the boundaries of the traditional business environment.

During the course of this online graduate degree in public administration, students will partake in a number of courses that focused on topics, such as:

  • Legal, Political and Ethical Dimensions of Business
  • Managerial Decision Making
  • Applied Managerial Statistics
  • Business Economics
  • Leadership and Organizational Behavior
  • Managing Organizational Change
  • Managerial Applications of Information Technology
  • Project Management Systems
  • Health Service Systems
  • Health Rights and Responsibilities
  • Health Services Finance
  • Health Policy and Economics
  • Managed Care

Ideal for those individuals who are looking to pursue careers in government management, nonprofit management or health care management, this online graduate degree in public administration is a 45 semester-credit hours program that offers students a fluid option for earning their advanced MPA degree online.

Graduates of this online degree in public administration will have gained the knowledge and the in-depth skills that are needed for:

  • Implementing and reforming government policy
  • Accommodating statewide initiatives and mandates
  • Enhancing the viability of cities and countries
  • Establish and manage social service agencies
  • Improving managed care facilities, hospitals and clinics, and public health departments

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