The Graduate Certificate in Public Budgeting & Finance consists of eighteen credit hours within the MPA curriculum.
- MPAD 6131 Public Budgeting & Finance (3)
- MPAD 6326 Applied Economics for Public Administrators (3)
- MPAD 6350 Public Sector Financial Management (3)
- MPAD 6352 Public Sector Financial Reporting and Analysis (3)
An additional six (6) credit hours from the following elective courses are also required:
- MPAD 6142 Grant Writing and Reporting (3)
- MPAD 6185 Intergovernmental Relations (3)
- MPAD 6324 Financial Analysis for Non-Profit Organizations (3)
- MPAD 6330 Program Evaluation for the Public & Nonprofit Sectors (3)
- MPAD 6332 Project Management (3)
- ECON 6112 Graduate Econometrics (3)
- ECON 6218 Advanced Business and Economic Forecasting (3)
- MBAD 6159 Real Estate Development (3)
Appropriate non-MPAD courses may be substituted upon approval of the student’s advisor and the MPA Director.