Chancellor University’s Public Administration degree program collaborates directly with community-based organizations to prepare today’s students to be tomorrow’s leaders, innovators and public service managers. Students in the program gain from real-world experience in the field that gives them the practical and theoretical framework necessary to tackle today’s toughest societal issues.
Public and nonprofit agencies represent one of the fastest growing segments of our economy – one out of every seven persons in the total workforce is employed by a public or nonprofit organization. Many are employed in the field of public administration work in federal, state, and local government units, as well as law enforcement, medical care, education, and welfare agencies. Each year government and nonprofit agencies offer over 70,000 job opportunities for trained personnel. Students entering the field of public administration can look forward to long, interesting, and rewarding careers.