Public Administration

Public Administration - Associate of Applied Science

The Associates of Applied Science degree in Public Administration program is designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary for employment in the public sector and not-forprofit programs.

The program will enable students to understand the political, legal, ethical and social context of public administration with respect to pertinent processes and theories; to achieve proficiency in understanding and developing positive organizational behavior; and to develop the ability to apply appropriate methodologies to solve important problems and issues.

Coursework for this program includes such areas as public sector management, budgeting, ethics and supervision. The program includes a three credit hour practicum designed to give the student real-world experience related to the area of their career interest.

Staff Faculty

Name E-mail Phone Location
Herron, Pauline - Faculty Secretary apherron 956-872-2536 Pecan T-2-324
Name E-mail Phone Location
Balllinger, Dr. Robert - Department Chair robertb 956-872-3576 Pecan T-2-330
Lucio, Diana - Program Coordinator dlucio 956-872-3422 Pecan T-2-334

For Adjunct Faculty please call 956-872-2366