In honor of Dr. Bill Chappell, a scholarship fund has been established in his name to assist MPA students with tuition and book costs. Dr. Chappell founded Columbus State's Master of Public Administration program in 1983, establishing a path for more than 1,500 degree holders, including many of Georgia's civic and law enforcement leaders.
If you would like to contribute to the development of this fund, the CSU Foundation is accepting contributions.
Go to http://giving.ColumbusState.edu for instructions on donating by check and credit card or call 706-568-2028 for more information.
The Master of Public Administration (MPA) is the degree for students with professional goals related to public service in areas such as government agencies, health organizations, justice administration/law enforcement as well as not-for-profit organizations, and the private sector.
The mission of the MPA Program at Columbus State University is to provide professional education and leadership skills for effective, efficient, and responsive public service necessary for individuals preparing for or currently serving in public service careers.
The program structure is designed to accommodate students currently employed in the public sector as well as students seeking entry level positions by offering classes in the evenings, on-line, as well as on Saturdays. In addition, Columbus State University's MPA program offers curricular tracks in: Government Administration, Health Service Administration, and Justice Systems Administration.
You can view the MPA degree sheet here.
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Last Updated: 7/6/12