Learn about Wright State’s Master of Public Administration at virtual open house

For those interested in beginning a mission of community service, a master’s degree in public administration (M.P.A.) from Wright State University is a great place to start. But it is also a great option for those who want to become more effective in their current role or advance their public service career.

The public is invited to an M.P.A. virtual open house, which connects prospective students with professors and alumni who will answer questions about the program and discuss career options.

Master of Public Administration Virtual Open House

Date: Tuesday, July 21
Time: 6:30 p.m.
Location: Register at wright.edu/mpa

Daniel Warshawsky, director of the M.P.A. program in the School of Public and International Affairs at Wright State.

“More than ever, we need dedicated and knowledgeable public service professionals to be leaders in local governments and nonprofits in our cities and communities,” said Daniel Warshawsky, associate professor and director of the M.P.A. program at Wright State. “Our virtual open house provides prospective students with a glimpse into the many ways they can make a difference in their own community.”

M.P.A. graduates are leaders in local, state and federal government, nonprofit corporations, higher education and private businesses throughout the Dayton region, Ohio, the United States and internationally. Wright State’s program is one of only 300 in the nation accredited by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration.

Open house participants will learn about Wright State’s unique blend of theory and practice and the exciting career options that await them with an M.P.A. degree. Courses will be delivered both remotely and face-to-face.

For more information and to register for the virtual open house, visit wright.edu/mpa or email daniel.warshawsky@wright.edu. Participants will receive a password to the open house after completing the registration form.

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