UGA MPA at Gwinnett Informational Webinars:
Attendees will have the opportunity to learn more about our renowned program, ask questions via a live chat platform, and interact with staff and faculty of the program. The sessions will cover details on the overall MPA program with special emphasis on our Gwinnett Campus. Each session will feature faculty and alumni focusing on unique areas of public administration. We will be releasing the webinar link to those who register, so please register today.
Wednesday, October 7th, 12:00pm-1:00pm – Discussion on public budgeting and finance with Dr. Katherine Willoughby and 2012 MPA graduate, Jason Matt, who is the Executive Budget Director at the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia
Thursday, October 8th, 6:00pm-7:00pm – Discussion on nonprofit administration with Dr. Rebecca Nesbit and 2009 MPA graduate, Ivy Hershberg, who is the Manager of Procurement at Boys & Girls Clubs of America
Our MPA degree is available through evening courses at both the Athens campus and at the UGA Gwinnett Campus in Lawrenceville. The UGA MPA program has an outstanding reputation for academic excellence. In fact, the most recent survey from U.S. News & World Reports (2020 edition) ranks our MPA as 6th in the nation among over 250 programs. We are now seeking outstanding students who wish to advance their careers in public service by earning your MPA.
You’ll find MPA courses with the same faculty and resources as those at our home campus in Athens, but delivered at our convenient Gwinnett campus just off I-85, only 15 minutes from both downtown Duluth and Lawrenceville. Parking is on location and free. Most classes are small (about 15-20 students) and allow students to pursue an advanced degree while continuing to work full time. Two evening classes per semester (including summer) are offered at our Gwinnett campus. All MPA students may register for classes at either the Athens or Gwinnett campus to complete the program. Part-time students typically earn their MPA in 2.5 to 3 years.
Fast facts about the Gwinnett Campus:
- 60,000 Square feet
- 21 state of the art classrooms
- Approximate class size: 15 students
- Age range: 22-62
- Average age: 35
- 61% of Gwinnett students are age 30 or older