Public Administration

Public Administration

  • Description: The Public Administration degree prepares students for career opportunities in social service organizations, community agencies, and in public sector positions. Graduates of the program may find employment in city planning, non-profit organizations, community action agencies, human services, criminal justice, health services and other public sector settings, and in other entry-level or mid-manager level positions, as well as to conduct research. Students will conduct research using the internet and basic word processing/computer skills. The degree is designed to provide courses that will be useful in the workplace. It will also provide persons in the public sector or employed in community organizations the opportunity to build on their work experiences and to sharpen their skills.
     
Public Administration Program Outcomes
Program Measurements UsedResults
Comparison Data
Continuous Improvement
1. Plan, implement, manage and evaluate programs and/or services
Employer survey
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LCCC Benchmark level of 80%
To be determined
2. Perform organizational leadership functions
Employer survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark level of 80%
To be determined
3. Study and extract policy-related issues affecting programs/services
Employer survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark level of 80%
To be determined
4. Conduct fund raising activities (grant proposals, special events, campaigns)
Employer survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark level of 80%
To be determined
5. Manage funds/budgets
Employer survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark level of 80%
To be determined
6. Identify and manage legal issues
Employer survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark level of 80%
To be determined
7. Manage human resource programs
Employer survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark level of 80%
To be determined
8. Manage volunteer programs
Employer survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark level of 80%
To be determined
9. Manage facility issues related to organizational programs/services (building/fire codes, etc.)
Employer survey
Data being compiled
LCCC Benchmark level of 80%
To be determined

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