- Master of Public Administration — The 42-credit-hour, accredited MPA program equips students with the public management skills and analytic techniques needed for successful careers as public administrators. The school also offers a dual MPA/MNM degree as well as a dual MPA/M.S.CJ degree.
- Graduate Certificate in Public Administration — The 18-credit-hour, online certificate is designed to provide students with enhanced knowledge and skills in public service.
- Graduate Certificate in Public Budgeting and Finance — The 18-credit-hour certificate is designed to meet the growing need in our governments to understand and apply varied and complex budgeting and financial practices.
- Doctoral Program in Public Affairs — This program, offered through the College of Health and Public Affairs, offers a track in public administration.
- Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Public Administration — Students can choose to pursue either a B.A. or a B.S. degree that emphasizes growth management, the challenges of local government and the environment.
- Minor in Public Administration — This program provides knowledge in public administration theory and process, administrative writing, fiscal management and human resource administration