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A message from Program Director Deneen Hatmaker
Welcome! The nationally ranked and accredited MPA program at the University of Connecticut provides students with a dynamic and integrated approach to the field of public policy and management. The high quality of our academic program is the product of an outstanding faculty and the resources of a research university. The use of practical experiences and internships as learning tools, combined with theory, analysis, and case studies in the classroom, make our program job-relevant and intellectually challenging.
The MPA program will review applications on the following dates: Fall Semester: February 15, May 15 and July 15 (For full consideration of Graduate Assistantship positions please submit your application by February 15) Spring Semester: November 15 Click here to begin your application today.
Since 2005 The University of Connecticut and Newington Public Schools have been partnering up in order to help our next generation of public servants better understand the functions of local government. This year the central office of Newington Public Schools has taken four masters students from the Public Administration Program under their mentorship. The following […]
On Monday, May 18th, UConn administrators and students broke ground on the new Hartford Campus located at the former Hartford Times building. This marks the start of construction, aimed at completion in time for the Fall 2017 semester. Along with the Department of Public Policy and the School of Social Work, currently located at the campus in West […]
Are you a veteran or member of AmeriCorps? We thank you for your service! The MPA program at UConn is dedicated to preparing leaders in public and nonprofit service. We welcome you to inquire with us about waiving your application fee to the MPA program. Please contact Valerie Rogers, the Administrative Program Director at (860) […]
The Hartford Times building has been selected from one of thirteen potential sites for a total campus relocation. UConn President Susan Herbst says the campus that was established in West Hartford in 1970 was intended to offer an urban education near government. ‘‘Ensuring that UConn is fully contributing to the life of our capital city […]