According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, 25 percent of all jobs are in government or nonprofit sectors. With 30 percent of government employees eligible to retire since 2016, the demand for public administrators continues to rise.
When it comes to building your career, the top-ranked school for public affairs in Colorado has its benefits. Opportunities abound for internships, research and collaboration with local nonprofits and government agencies.
Of course, the experiential learning opportunities extend well beyond campus. All bachelor’s and master’s degree programs are available online and are taught by the same top-notch faculty as our in-person courses.
Associate Professor, Clinical Teaching Track; Program Director, Master of Public Administration