This specialization focuses on acquiring the administrative knowledge and skills in such diverse areas as budgeting, government relations, personnel policies, politics, and urban planning. Practicing public administrators, as well as those seeking entry into public administration and related fields, will benefit from this curriculum. Learners focus on a wide range of skills needed by the public administrator overseeing local, state, and federal government management. This specialization examines budget preparation, government relations, personnel policies, politics, and urban planning. Learners will complete a final written research project demonstrating the ability to conduct an investigation on a workplace problem, identify an area for intervention, critique, justify, and recommend a plan of preventative action.
MBA Course Sequence: MBA in Business Administration program requires 30 credit hours.
- Required Foundational Courses – 15 credit hours
- Specialization Courses – 15 credit hours
- Select 4 courses from the following 12 credit hours
- Required Specialization Signature Course: 3 credit hours