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MPA Grad 2015 Brochure

Dyson College of Arts and Sciences - Year in Review 2011-2012

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The MPA curriculum consists of 39 * credits including core, track or specialization, and elective courses. Core Courses (18 credits) Topics include Organization Theory and Management; Economics of Government, Healthcare, and Nonprofit Sectors; Research Methods for Public Administration; and more. Individual Tracks Government Track (12 credits) Topics include Intergovernmental Relations, Law in the Administrative Process, Policy Studies, and Government Management. Nonprofit Management Track (12 credits) Topics include the History of Not-for-Profit Management, Law for Not-for-Profit, and Financial Resource Development. Healthcare Administration Track (12 credits) Topics include the US Healthcare System, Health Policy Studies, Hospital and Health Services Administration, Healthcare Economics, Community Health Assessment, Strategic Planning and Marketing, and more. Electives and Track Specializations (9 credits) Topics include Human Resources Management, Computer Science and Information Systems, Planning and Evaluation, and more. Pace also offers three 15-credit certificate programs for professionals seeking to enhance their credentials in Not-for-Profit Management, Healthcare Policy and Management, or Long Term Care Management and Practice. Each certificate can be completed in one year. All credits count toward completion of the MPA degree. Courses are conveniently offered in the evenings at the Westchester and New York City campuses. All courses are offered in a hybrid format and many are completely online. Learn more at www.pace.edu/mpa or (914) 422-4283. * Some students may be required to take an additional 6 credits of pre-course work. For more information, contact the MPA Department.

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