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Robertson School of Government Degrees

Whether you feel called to serve in the White House, Capitol Hill, Stage Legislatures or the military, you’ll find a program that fits your calling at the Robertson School of Government. Explore our programs below.

30 Credit Hours | On Campus, Entirely Online or Blended

The Master of Arts in Government is a professional government degree for leaders who have been called to strengthen the ethical and moral foundation of government.

This program explores how to preserve individual freedom, representative democracy and constitutional government. Servant leaders are equipped for careers in public service and administration – nationally and internationally – in government, politics, non-profits and think tanks.

36-38 Credit Hours | On Campus, Entirely Online or Blended

The Master of Arts in National Security Studies is a professional government degree designed to prepare leaders for a dynamic career in the growing field of national security, whether in the U.S. government or private sector.

Coursework blends theory with policy approaches for all elements of national power: military, diplomatic, information and economic. This program aligns with advanced professional military education courses and can equip you for service as a security analyst, homeland security specialist, legislative staff and various roles within the military, DoD, CIA, FBI, NSA and other key national security entities.

36 Credit Hours | Entirely Online or Entirely Face-To-Face

The Master of Public Administration (MPA) is the first public/nonprofit management program rooted in a Christian worldview — designed for those called to managerial and leadership in government or policy.