Master of Public Management
The Master of Public Management (MPM) program provides public service managers the skills to cope with challenging human and technical issues. It also provides a broad interdisciplinary background in the values and ethics of public management. It is designed as preparation for executive leadership position in the public, private and nonprofit sectors.
The program can be completed on either a full-time or part-time basis. Most coursework for the program is offered in the evenings to allow students to work full-time and participate in the MPM program part-time.
To meet the needs of our dynamic and diverse students population, SPEA offers three avenues for graduate education: online courses, cohort programs (intensive weekend courses), and traditional courses offered on the Indiana University Kokomo campus. Online courses provide the option to complete coursework from a location of choice. Weekend cohort courses conveniently condense a semester-long course into several weekend sessions.
The Master of Public Management degree prepares students for a variety of careers. MPM graduates will seek and pursue senior management careers in government service at the federal, state, county, or local levels, as well as work in the nonprofit or business arenas. As in the master of public administration program, we expect our MPM graduates to be highly employable in organizations across the nation and internationally especially in:
For more information, contact:
Public Administration and Health Management
East Building, Room 362