College of Liberal Arts & Social Sciences > Academics > School of Public Service > Graduate Programs > Public Service Management (MS) > Degree Requirements
We offer the Public Service Management MS in two modalities: on-campus and fully online.
Degree requirements for each modality are unique. On-campus degree requirements are listed below, and
online degree requirements are listed in the Academic Catalog.
View online requirements in the Catalog
Students complete 13 courses (52 credit hours) for the Master of Science in Public Service Management program. Eight courses (32 credit hours) of core course work and five courses (20 credit hours) of declared concentration work.
Students may choose to replace MPS 593 with MPS 610 Internship Capstone option.
Students may choose concentrations in a variety of public service fields. Concentrations are available for students in the Master of Science in Public Service Management degree with specialized interests and careers. The concentrations are: Emergency Management, Health Care Administration, Higher Education Administration, and Metropolitan Planning and Urban Affairs. Students who choose not to pursue a specialized concentration will declare the Standard concentration. Three concentrations of this degree can be completed entirely online as well as on-site: metropolitan planning and urban affairs, emergency management, and standard. See the concentration pages for further course information.
Students can opt to complete an internship or professional development experience in a public service setting. The student would enroll in MPS 601 for course credit, which will be applied to the MS degree by the student's adviser. Contact SPSAdvising@depaul.edu for more details.
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