Department of Political Science & Criminal Justice

College of Humanities & Social Sciences Spring 2014
  • PADM 6000
  • PADM 6200
  • PADM 6440
  • PADM 6500
  • PADM 6560
  • PADM 6600
  • PADM 6720
  • PADM 6750
  • PADM 6990

Summer 2014

  • PADM 6300
  • PADM 6580
  • PADM 6610
  • PADM 6640
  • PADM 6830
  • PADM 6890
  • PADM 6900
  • PADM 6950

Fall 2014

  • PADM 6000
  • PADM 6200
  • PADM 6440
  • PADM 6500
  • PADM 6550
  • PADM 6615
  • PADM 6620
  • PADM 6650
  • PADM 6700
  • PADM 6990

The MPA program is proud of its graduation rates and the career paths enjoyed by its alumni. Graduates have accepted positions in all levels of government, nonprofit organizations, and in the private sector.  Many graduates choose to become a member of our Advisory Council, thereby contributing to the long term success of the program and the public service profession.  The MPA faculty are committed to lifelong learning and often partner with our graduates on community projects, research projects, and other endeavors.

The following is the graduation rates for students entering the program between 2007 and 2011.  The current data collection process does not allow us to report graduation rates for pre-service and in-service students.  Pre-service students who enroll full-time can complete the program in two years, which is 100% of the time.  In-service students, who often enroll on a part-time basis, may take longer than two years to complete the degree.  The data below combine in-service and pre-service students.

2007/08 cohort = 20 45% graduated in 100% of time. 
2008/09 cohort = 20 50% graduated in 100% of time.
2009/10 cohort = 26 69% graduated in 100% of time. 
2010/11 cohort = 17 65% graduated in 100% of time.

A table of 2- and 5-year graduation rates.