COMBINED MASTER'S Degree in Geography and Public Administration
To obtain a concurrent M. A. in Geography and Public Administration students have to complete a total of 56 credit hours, of which a minimum of 34 have to be in Public Administration courses. The degree typically takes 3 years to complete. The student must apply separately to both programs. Funding support is available from Geography and from Public Administration. In exceptional cases a funding package for 3 years of support can be negotiated after acceptance to both programs.
For additional information, please contact the Geography graduate studies director, Dr. Tom Perreault, and the Public Administration International Affairs administrator at PAIA.