On Wednesday, Jan. 16, Roger Williams University will hold an information session on its graduate degree programs in leadership and public administration.
The master of science in leadership program is designed for individuals interested in pursuing a leadership role in a professional field and acquiring skills such as strategic planning, communication, negotiation, research and management.
The master of public administration (MPA) is for professionals seeking a career in public service, government policy and administration. Graduates learn the skills needed to become an effective public manager in either public or health care administration and succeed in a broad range of organizations from local municipalities and state agencies to working as government policy analysts and fundraisers.
Both graduate programs are 36-credit degrees offered through the University’s School of Justice Studies. Students may attend either full-time or part-time and may begin study in any term.
The session will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Metro Center Building on the University’s Providence campus at 150 Washington Street. For more information, call the Roger Williams University Office of Graduate Admission at (401) 254-6200 or register at http://rwu.edu/admission-financial-aid/graduate-admission/information-session