A Bachelor of Arts (BA) in Public Administration is an undergraduate degree program that focuses on the study of government and non-profit organizations. The curriculum typically includes courses in public policy, budgeting, ethics, management, and leadership. Students will learn about the role of government and non-profit organizations in society, how they are managed and financed, and how they interact with the public. In addition, students will also learn about the basics of public administration and develop the critical thinking, analytical and communication skills needed for the field.
This degree program takes 3 years to complete, Graduates of the program may go on to careers in government, non-profit organizations, or related fields, such as public policy analysis, budget analysis, program evaluation, and community development.