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BUILT FOR WORKING PROFESSIONALS, LIKE YOU
The Voinovich School Executive MPA program provides an opportunity for working professionals to upgrade their skills or jump start a new career path and earn an MPA, while juggling busy work and home lives.
Executive MPA students learn to apply public management skills critically and creatively to solve real-world problems for their specific career path:
Local, state or national government
Public Safety Services
LEARN TODAY, APPLICABLE TOMORROW
As the only Executive MPA program in Central Ohio, and one of the few in the state of Ohio, the OHIO Executive MPA is immediately applicable to your career, even while you’re in the program.
Taught by award-winning faculty, many who are also working professionals, the program is a unique combination of residency-based classroom learning and online interaction.
Executive MPA is cohort based, where you will develop relationships and professional connections with your classmates over the two-year period.
Face-to-face class meetings are held during residencies three weekends each semester at Ohio University’s Dublin Center, 6805 Bobcat Way Dublin, Ohio 43016. These classes bring all cohort members and faculty together in one location for collaboration.
WHY OHIO UNIVERSITY?
READY TO GET STARTED? NO GRE REQUIRED
Summer 2017 cohort application deadline is June 2, for a June 23 start.
Fall 2017 application deadline is August 11 for a Sept. 15 start.
Spring 2018 application deadline is December 1 for a Jan. 26, 2018 start.
Timothy Greene was an officer in the US Army, serving in the ROTC, as well as a student in the Ohio University Executive MPA program at the Voinovich School of Leadership and Public Affairs. Tim describes the OEMPA program and how the program was a great fit into his complex life.
“Ohio University’s Executive MPA program was the perfect fit to accommodate my busy work schedule. The professors were understanding and worked with me while I was juggling a career in political campaigns and completing my coursework. I will always be thankful for the opportunities that the OEMPA program has provided me.”
Lacey Meeks, OEMPA ’14 Policy Coordinator at Ohio State Board of Cosmetology