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M.P.A. Graduation and Employment Outcomes

Our Master of Public Administration students are talented, dedicated and ambitious. Here's a look at how they typically perform in our program and where they often go after graduation.

Fiscal Year 2014-15 (Students who began in 2010)
Initially Enrolled: 24
Graduated within 2 years: 16
Graduated within 3 years: 21
Graduated within 4 years: 24
Total Students Graduated: 24

Fiscal Year 2015-16 (Students who began in 2011)
Initially Enrolled: 25
Graduated within 2 years: 16
Graduated within 3 years: 22
Graduated within 4 years: 25
Total Students Graduated: 25

Fiscal Year 2016-17 (Students who began in 2012)
Initially Enrolled: 31
Graduated within 2 years: 22
Graduated within 3 years: 28
Graduated within 4 years: 28
Total Students Graduated: 28

Fiscal Year 2017-18 (Students who began in 2013)
Initially Enrolled: 33
Graduated within 2 years: 24
Graduated within 3 years: 25
Graduated within 4 years: 30
Total Students Graduated: 31

Students Who Were Employed Within Six Months of Graduating: Spring 2018 Students
National or central government in the United States: 1
State, provincial or regional government in the United States: 0
City, county, or other local government in the United States: 10
Government outside the United States (all levels) or international quasi-governmental: 4
Nonprofit domestic-oriented: 16
Nonprofit/NGOs internationally-oriented: 0
Private Sector - Research/Consulting: 1
Private Sector but not research/ consulting: 3
Obtaining further education: 3
Military Service: 0
Unemployed (not seeking employment): 0
Unemployed (seeking employment): 0
Status Unknown: 1
Total: 39

 

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