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Master of Public Administration- Should you pursue a masters? Edit Title
If you are interested in working in public service, or already work in this sector and are looking to expand your career prospects, a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree can be an ideal choice. It is a well-established and prestigious path that equips students with the necessary skills and knowledge to take on a variety of public service roles.
MPA graduates can find employment in government or in the nonprofit or private sectors. Common job titles for which MPA grads may qualify include city manager, government analyst, marketing/PR specialist, nonprofit administrator, policy analyst, program coordinator, research associate, or statistician.
A Master of Public Administration degree can prepare you for a role in government, nonprofits, schools, think tanks, public agencies, or in the private sector. Find more information about this degree and what a career may look like in the Master of Public Administration (MPA) in Context degree guide
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