Learn how to earn an Executive MPA at April 23 Information Session

Marilyn Icsman
April 5, 2019

Ohio University employees and the campus community are invited to attend an upcoming information session from 12 -1 p.m. on April 23 in 237 Baker Center to learn how to earn an executive Master’s of Public Administration while continuing to work full time.

Offered by Ohio University’s Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs, the OHIO Executive MPA, makes it possible for students to get their degrees while accommodating busy work and personal lives. Designed for mid-career professionals in the public or non-profit sector, such as those who work in higher education, the Executive MPA program is optimal for employees looking to advance their career or switch career paths.

Students meet in-person ten Saturdays per year at the OHIO Dublin Center, with a unique combination of residency-based learning and online interaction.  The two-year, 36 credit hour programs offers a curriculum built for the real challenges of public administration. Graduates earn an OHIO MPA, the same degree awarded to full-time residential students.

During the informational session, attendees will learn about the program’s requirements, deadlines and application from Voinovich School staff and students. OHIO employees will also learn how they can apply their educational benefits to the program.

Please RSVP to Joe Wakeman at wakemanj@ohio.edu or call 740.593.2133.