Master of Public Administration (45 credit hours)
Regent's Master of Public Administration is a high-demand, Christian worldview infused, high-potential program that strikes a balanced blend of principled theory and practice by integrating case studies and analysis of best practices with service-learning opportunities. Classes are offered on campus, online, and select weekends and evenings. The entire program can be completed online.
The program offers four concentrations:
- Non-Profit & Faith-Based Organizations
- Emergency Management & Homeland Security
- Public Leadership & Management
- General Public Administration
- Online application form
- $50 application fee
- Professional resume
- Personal Statement
- Official college transcripts
- Three recommendations
- Writing sample
*Official test scores may be waived upon meeting certain requirements.
- Fall: August 1
- Spring: December 1
- Summer: April 1
- On campus: April 15 (fall-only start date)
- Online: Same as domestic applicants
Tuition Per Credit Hour
The Robertson School of Government's aggressive scholarship program generously awards qualified students. Students employed full-time by the government (local/state/federal) or a non-profit are eligible for a 25% scholarship for their entire program, provided the student maintains a 3.0 (or higher) GPA.