The School of Public Affairs offers graduate degrees in City Planning, Criminal Justice, and Public Administration.
The Master in City Planning is designed to provide students with generalized skills and experience necessary to creatively address challenges of urban and regional planning.
The Criminal Justice program educates students for careers in criminal justice agencies or to go on to graduate research or to law school. Its programs critically assess the sources of criminal behavior and society’s system of dealing with offenders through law, courts, corrections, and community.
The Public Administration program prepares students for management careers in government, community agencies, private, non-profit organizations, planning and consulting firms and private sector organizations that work in partnership with the public sector.