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Public AdministrationThe Master of Public Administration degree prepares people for leadership roles in organizations that provide public services or have important interactions with public service organizations. The EWU MPA program's approach to this task is...Donate
"reflective practice with a twist."
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Dual Degree: Master of Public Administration and Master of Urban and Regional Planning
A dual-degree program with the Eastern Washington University Master of Urban and Regional Planning Program is available through which one can obtain both an MPA degree and an MURP degree. In this program of study, required courses for one degree program serve as elective courses in the second program, thereby reducing the number of credits required for each of the degrees.
Any student interested in this dual degree must apply and be admitted to both the Master of Public Administration and the Master of Urban and Regional Planning Programs. Individuals who have already started one of the two master's programs can work toward the MPA/MURP by qualifying for admission to the other program.
Admitted students must complete 90-92 credits to earn both degrees. One comprehensive examination is required. The complete policy on the MPA/MURP is available in both program offices and in the Graduate Studies Office. Eight quarters of full-time study are typically needed to complete both degrees.
Download the MURP/MPA dual degree flyer.
What will I study?
For more information on the courses required for the dual degree in MPA please contact:
Robert C. Zinke, Ph.D.
Professor and MPA Director
Master of Public Administration (MPA) Program
For more information on the courses required for the MURP please contact:
Dr. Kerry Brooks
Professor and URP Director
Urban and Regional Planning Programs