Academics

Public Services Administration
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The Public Services Administration major is a focused curriculum designed for law enforcement, fire science and emergency medical service professionals, and other public service professionals.

This program is ideal for public service workers and government employees who seek administrative or managerial advancement. Students gain upper-level experience through administrative internships, and senior field projects researching contemporary issues or problems.

Program instructors are active practitioners with hands-on knowledge of these very specific fields. They will be able to understand and explain varieties of human behaviors in the workplace and seek solutions to problem behaviors in the workplace.

The Public Services Administration major is offered at one or more centers of The College for Professional Studies but is not available in The College of Arts and Sciences. Classes required for the Public Services Administration major may not be available on the Adrian campus.

  • Student Testimonial

SHU Restored Career Aspirations and Faith in Higher Ed

Jon Campbell

Occupation: Police Officer, Otsego Police Department

Major: Public Service Administration

Why did you choose Siena Heights University?

"After completing the Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command, I began looking for an opportunity to complete a bachelor’s degree program. I missed out on a promotion earlier in my career because I lacked the required education. In looking for education opportunities I had limited success until I met Bill Heffernan, a Siena Heights University instructor. Bill recommended I look into Siena Heights University, and upon doing so, I realized immediately the university and the Public Service Administration program would be a prefect fit.  Marilyn Okos, Linda Tafolla, and later Mike Rocklin, restored my faith that there are individuals who truly wish to help."

 

What are your plans for the future?

 

"My goal in seeking my bachelor’s degree is to improve my chances for advancement in my field or perhaps change focus by seeking a city management or county administrative type position."

Additional Info

Degree:

  • Bachelor of Arts

Division:

  • Division of Social and Behavioral Sciences

Location(s):

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Alumni

Bobby Hopewell '96

Bobby Hopewell '96

Public Services Graduate; Kellogg Community College Center; Health Care Administrator; Mayor of Kalamazoo
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