If you want to prepare yourself for a leadership role in government or not-for-profit agencies, consider a master of arts (MA) in executive development for public service.
You’ll gain a broad understanding of human behavior, effective communication strategies, and the role the government plays in people’s lives, and you’ll be able to use your knowledge in a wide range of jobs. Our program is flexible enough so that you can even design a program of study to fit your unique needs, and you can take advantage of a 2- or 3-credit internship.
In this degree program, you’ll learn through a broad range of courses related to management and public agency administration and become prepared to act in an executive, managerial, or supervisory capacity with governmental and not-for-profit social service agencies as well as the private sector. This program is available through our Indianapolis Center, and you can access many courses online. Apply today to the Graduate School. Check out options for financial aid.Want more information? Contact Ruby Cain, the graduate advisor in the Department of Educational Studies, (Teachers College Building, room 817), Ball State University, Muncie, IN 47306, 765-285-5475.
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