Leading the Way in Public Administration

The University of New Haven has a deep understanding of how to support and grow the future leaders of governments and non-profits. Our online Master of Public Administration can position you for success while allowing you to continue to work. The master’s degree also provides you with the flexibility to choose a concentration or customize one to your needs.

  • 100% online. Classes are completely on your schedule.
  • One course per term. Most courses are offered in the 6 to 7.5-week format, so you can take one course per mini-term for maximum work-life balance.
  • On your schedule. The online courses are asynchronous, which means you can complete coursework when it’s convenient for you. You have deadlines, but not classtimes.

The University of New Haven has the only student chapter of ICMA in the state to which online students will have access. ICMA is also free and allows them to attend local ICMA meetings.

Our program is 36 credit hours. Many students are eligible for 3 credits of waivers toward completion as a result of work in public administration settings, but those who are not will complete a 3-credit focused practicum, PADM 6600.

Choose from concentrations in:

Or work with your academic advisor to create your own.

Discover Your Concentration

Get a closer look at each of our available concentrations.

Equip yourself with modern analytic and quantitative tools of decision making and apply them to complex problems of government and non-profit organizations.

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Position yourself for a leadership role and make a significant impact in your city. Taught by faculty who have worked in the roles to which you aspire, like former city managers.

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Position yourself for a leadership role and make a significant impact in your city. Taught by faculty who have worked in the roles to which you aspire, like former city managers.

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Be prepared to assume the responsibility of a leadership role and strategically grow your organization so that you are maximizing resources and impact.

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Gain analytic skills and knowledge to assess the finances and economic position of governmental units with the power to tax.

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Promote safer communities by preventing and protecting the public from dangers affecting safety such as crimes or disasters.

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Equip yourself with modern analytic and quantitative tools of decision making and apply them to complex problems of government and non-profit organizations.

Read more

Position yourself for a leadership role and make a significant impact in your city. Taught by faculty who have worked in the roles to which you aspire, like former city managers.

Read more

Position yourself for a leadership role and make a significant impact in your city. Taught by faculty who have worked in the roles to which you aspire, like former city managers.

Read more

Be prepared to assume the responsibility of a leadership role and strategically grow your organization so that you are maximizing resources and impact.

Read more

Gain analytic skills and knowledge to assess the finances and economic position of governmental units with the power to tax.

Read more

Promote safer communities by preventing and protecting the public from dangers affecting safety such as crimes or disasters.

Read more

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