The Master's of Public Administration program at the School of Public & International Affairs has consistently, from its inception, and a top 10 program among hundreds of accredited programs. And it wouldn't be as great as it is were it not for amazing faculty.
When I was an assistant professor at another university, I was using textbooks that were written by faculty from the School of Public and International Affairs.
There's a lot of connection being in public administration and policy of our faculty and students with local communities. But that doesn't just mean here, it's wherever students and faculty may be working. Through student internships, through faculty, work in the community, on local community projects.
So SPIA has over 15,000 alumni all over the world. So you can find SPIA alumni literally at every level of government. In the nonprofit sector, but also the private sector as well.
It's having those opportunities, having a specific skill set that can transcend disciplines is something that I would encourage anybody to get. And the MPA program would definitely provide you all that you needed to be successful in whatever field.