Master of Public Administration
Health Care Administration
State & Local Administration
Nonprofit Management & Leadership
So you’re probably a “people person.” That’s good, the world needs more people like you. Auburn Montgomery can’t wait to help you grow to become someone who makes an even bigger difference in the lives of individuals, and set a new standard for government services, nonprofit organizations and/or healthcare.
Speaking of other people, here’s what others have said about our MPA program. In 2010, U.S. News & World Report ranked the Auburn Montgomery Master of Public Administration program among America’s “Best Graduate Schools”, placing us in the top one-third of the nation. We’re also accredited by the National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration. That makes the AUM MPA program ideal for your resume, and an advantage if you’re aspiring to move forward to a Ph.D.
You likely have a busy work life and family life, and AUM understands that, so we offer all of the courses for this master’s degree at night and on weekends. That makes it easier for hard-working people like yourself to fit earning an advanced degree into your already-hectic schedule.
You might also be glad to learn that within our MPA program, Auburn Montgomery offers a “Healthcare Administration and Policy Certificate” as well as a “Nonprofit Management and Leadership Certificate” as possible additions to your master’s.
Make an impact in our world. Elevate your capabilities, your credentials and your earning potential, apply for enrollment with AUM Graduate Studies MPA program today. To learn more contact us.
Related careers/job titles: Nonprofit and healthcare management level positions, Fundraising for nonprofits, and Governmental management positions.
Approximate program length: Two years.
Sciences Student of Success
Kelli Wise’s story is a testament to following your dreams, even if that path takes a few turns along the way. She began her undergraduate work at Auburn University’s pre-med program, only to change to medical technology, then nursing, before finally graduating with a degree in environmental biology with a minor in nursing. She laughs, reflecting on her undergraduate progress, because she ended up with a career in sales, which was far from her initial plans. more