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University of San Francisco's Master of Public Administration (MPA) program offers demanding courses that prepare students to address the public interest, contribute to the common good, and utilize their education to serve our communities, especially the most vulnerable among us. In 2012, USF's MPA program celebrates 34 years of exceptional teaching, relevant research, and dedicated service to the profession and greater community. This draws on 470 years of Jesuit tradition and USF's 155 years of value-centered education in San Francisco, through focus on issues of social justice, diversity, integrity, and accountability.
USF's MPA program offers an optional concentration in Health Services Administration. The program is available at four northern California campuses in San Francisco, San Jose, Pleasanton, and Sacramento. Classes are taught on weeknights or weekends to accommodate the schedules of working public administrators. For more information, visit http://www.usfca.edu/management/mpa.
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