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Face to Face - Debate '96
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Ambitious Goal Set
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Election Day Exit Poll Volunteers
1996 Joint Military Women's Conference
Public Administration Program
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Public Administration Program

College of Social Sciences University of Hawai'i at Manoa

Two unique programs designed to enhance leadership in public service in Hawaii and the Pacific Region. Both programs meet the scheduling needs of the full-time working individual.

The Master's Degree

A thirty-credit degree program which balances skills and perspective learning, focuses on organizational and policy issues in Hawai'i and the Pacific Region, and encourages the development of lasting professional associations.

This program is for the working professional, with openings available to individuals wishing to begin a public service career.

Prerequisite

Baccalaureate degree, with 3.0 GPA. The Graduate Record Exam (GE) is not required.

Requirements

Completion of a core year, practicum experience, individuated concentration, and a capstone project emphasizing group analysis of a significant public issue.

The Certificate

A one-year program for experienced individuals in public service seeking a challenging and motivating graduate-level education which connects them to others who have similar interests.

Prerequisite

Baccalaureate degree, with 3.0 GPA. The Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is not required.

Requirements

Completion of fourteen integrated credits during the Program year plus a one-credit seminar series designed by participants. A practicum experience is optional but highly recommended.

Application deadline for both Programs:

January 15, 1997 (international applicants.)

March 1, 1997 (U. S. applicants)

 
For more information send request form to:

Public Administration Program, University of Hawai'i

2424 Maile Way, Porteus Hall 631

Honolulu, HI 96822

Financial assistance for both Programs is available through the Herman S. Doi Memorial Fellowship.


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