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Idaho State University MPA

The Master in Public Administration degree is an inter-university cooperative graduate program offered jointly by Boise State University, Idaho State University, and the University of Idaho. The purpose of the program is to provide present and prospective public administrators with the basic intellectual preparation necessary to understand and to adjust to a changing and challenging environment, through an introduction to the theories and practices of administration, management and social science research as these relate to effective performance in public organizations.

All students must take 24 credit hours of core area courses and 12 credits in a variety of specialized areas. Some of the topics included are State, Local, and Non-Profit Administration, Environmental Administration, and Public Health Administration.

Please view the complete program description of the Master of Public Administration at Idaho State University. For more information about the program see the MPA program information package.

An advisory committee has been created to assist students in developing a curriculum that reflects their individual needs. The program phone number is (208) 282-2211, Stop 8073.

For information on the MPA program contact faculty member, Dr. Mark McBeth at mcbemark@isu.edu.

Please visit the political science section of the Idaho State graduate catalog for more specific information on teachers, classes, and program requirements.

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