Masters of Public Management By Cohort Program
Masters of Public Management
By Cohort Program
The Department of Public Administration and Health Care Management at Indiana University Kokomo’s Master of Public Management (MPM) weekend cohort program is designed for adult professionals currently working within the nonprofit, healthcare, or public administration fields. The MPM cohort program is designed to equip managers within these rapidly growing career areas with the skills needed to master a wide array of technical and personnel issues.
Each cohort student attends classes at the Indiana University Kokomo campus. Each course is offered for 4 weeks. Classes are offered on Friday from 6pm to 10pm and on Saturday from 8 am to 12 noon and 3 hours online each week. In addition to providing most of our courses within a traditional format, some classes within this cohort may be provided through fully online, or hybrid (half online, half classroom based) instructional formats.
Admission to the Fall 2012 MPM cohort with a concentration in health management will begin on August 24th, 2012, and will end in November, 2013. Students applying to the MPM cohort program should meet all eligibility requirements listed for the degree program. Please apply to this program through our online application page as well as contacting Dr. Karl Besel, Graduate Program Director (email@example.com), or Linda Burkholder, about your interest in this program.
Locations: Each cohort student attends classes at the Indiana University Kokomo campus. Cohort classes are scheduled in the evenings or on Saturday mornings depending on the program to accommodate working students' schedules. Each course is offered for 4 weeks. Classes are offered on Friday from 6pm to 10pm and on Saturday from 8 am to 12 noon and 3 hours online each week.
Student Value Statement : “I am thankful the SPEA's cohort program has provided me the opportunity to continue my education while balancing the demands of family and work life. The program has enhanced my Bachelors education by giving me the confidence and experience to exhibit a leadership role within the community.” Regina Padgett, MPM 2009