Master of Public Administration (MPA)
The secret to getting ahead is getting started! Troy University’s innovative Master’s at Work program, available exclusively in Atlanta, makes starting your Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree simple. In just a year and a half, you can be graduating with your master’s degree and on your way to new career opportunities thanks to the program’s convenient evening and online course schedule.
Valet Student Services will help you get started
Returning to college to earn your master’s degree starts with the enrollment process. TROY’s Valet Student Services team will help with each step to be sure your transcripts are received and your standardized test is completed. Courses in this special Master’s at Work program begin in mid-August.
TROY makes graduate study affordable (and worth your investment)
Troy University is a proud public university founded in 1887 and accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on colleges. TROY is recognized not only for its quality academic programs, but also for its affordability. That’s why Forbes has ranked TROY in the top 22 percent of colleges and universities in the nation.
This special Master’s at Work program has been created in partnership with Atlanta area businesses and organizations to help working professionals earn graduate degrees. You will receive the following savings:
- $70 MAT test fee waiver
- $50 application fee waiver
- Horizon Scholarship
- 10% tuition scholarship if you are an employee/member of a TROY Partner
Begin with familiar, in-class courses. End with flexible, online courses
The Master’s at Work program helps you transition into graduate school. You will begin with familiar, in-class courses conveniently offered at the Hampton Inn at Atlanta’s Peachtree Center, in walking distance to the Sam Nunn Federal Center and city of Atlanta offices.
Your courses will be offered in manageable, 9-week terms. Term 1 will ease you back into academic mode as you attend class, meet other graduate students and become acclimated to graduate-level coursework and the technologies you’ll use later as a TROY Online student.
In Term 1 you’ll complete your first course, Foundations in Public Administration, in class surrounded by your peers.
In Term 2, you will take Public Policy in class. This course will be taken in a hybrid format in which the class will meet five times during the nine-week term.
During Term 3, you will take Research Methods in a regular in-class format.
At the start of Term 4, you will begin taking your remaining seven courses online for maximum flexibility.