Public Policy & Administration Degrees
A degree in public policy and administration can lead to a number of public service and public administration career opportunities. Individuals who hope to
advise policymakers at any level, or who desire to work for a nonprofit organization or government agency, should consider earning a college degree in
public policy and administration. Many organizations within the private sector also hire public policy and administration specialists.
Educational requirements vary greatly for public policy and administration jobs, so it's important to research the specific position you're interested in prior
to enrolling in a degree program. Many entry-level administration positions can be obtained with a bachelor's degree, but those with a master's degree,
specifically a master's of business administration (MBA) with an emphasis on public policy, will have better job opportunities and enhanced earning
potential. Those interested in specializing in administration should consider earning a master's of public administration (MPA) degree.
Many accredited colleges and universities now offer degrees in public administration and public policy via distance learning. Distance learning programs
are available fully or partially online.
Public Policy and Administration Degree Programs