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The University of Delaware’s mission for its
online Master of Public Administration is to develop your practical leadership and management experience so you can advance in your public administration career.
service and nonprofit organizations are in need of highly qualified
leaders, and this demand is only growing as populations, community
diversity, and concerns about the environment grow in turn. Graduating
with the ability to manage an organization, motivate employees, and
contribute practical solutions to the public service and community
challenges we’re facing today will make you a highly qualified and
competitive candidate for these job opportunities.
These important roles include:
degree can prepare you to succeed in a variety of public administration
jobs in local, state and federal government, domestic nonprofits and
international NGOs, as well as for-profit organizations. These careers
are expected to see an average annual job growth of 10% and a median
starting salary of $78,600.1,2
Take the next step in your public service career with an
online MPA degree from UD. Fill out the form on this page to find out more.
1 http://www.bls.gov/ooh/life-physical-and-social-science/urban-and-regional-planners.htm2 http://www.bls.gov/ooh/business-and-financial/management-analysts.htm#tab-1