Help influence decisions that serve the public interest.
As a Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission member, the work you do every day is transformative. The Master of Public Administration (MPA) from Ohio University can help provide you with a greater capacity to serve your community. It can also help position you for career advancement with the skills you need to help address complex social issues, meet challenges head-on, strategize solutions, and make key decisions that benefit people from all walks of life. As part of our MORPC partnership, Ohio University is offering a $1,000 tuition scholarship for MORPC members.
Based on current best practices, our MPA program can help you explore leadership while gaining highly valuable skills that transcend government, public service, non-profit organizations, and businesses both large and small. Delivered in two formats, 100% Online MPA or the Executive MPA offered on Saturdays at Ohio University’s Dublin Campus, you’ll have the flexibility to balance your studies with work, family, and other important commitments.
Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission members can also explore opportunities to seek career advancement and gain additional leverage in a world that is increasingly defined by technology, critical thinking, and strategic insight. With a focused and balanced curriculum dedicated to efficiency in management, we can help you become more skilled at your profession while enhancing your career opportunities.
Upcoming Application Deadlines:
December 3, 2021
December 16, 2021
December 3, 2021
Students in the online and Executive MPA programs are eligible for the following tuition scholarships:
Certain state agencies, municipalities, professional associations, and private corporations have formalized an agreement with us to be considered MPA Partners. Employees of our MPA Partners will receive a $1,000 scholarship for one term.
Veterans and active duty military from any branch are eligible to receive a $1,000 scholarship for one term in appreciation for their public service.
Ohio University Alumni
Ohio University graduates can receive a $1,000 scholarship for their second or subsequent term of the program.