Degree Programs

You Have the Mission -- We Provide the Skills

Help advance the state of knowledge in public problem solving and prepare to engage effectively in serving your communities—local, regional, national, and global—through the interdisciplinary undergraduate and graduate programs in the College of Public Service.


Undergraduate Degree Programs

Offered by the Department of Social Work and Urban Professions

Apply online for the undergraduate programs.


Graduate Degree Programs

  • Mid-Tennessee Collaborative Master of Social Work (MTC MSW) This is one program that has three locations. The program is designed for the working professional with on-campus courses offered in the evening and the remaining classes offered online. Individuals who have a Bachelor of Social Work degree and a cumulative undergraduate GPA of 3.0 are eligible for advanced standing. (Department of Social Work and Urban Studies)

Apply  for graduate programs.


Graduate Certificate Programs

  • Public Policya six-course program to build analytical expertise that makes a difference in the policy arena. (Department of Public Administration)
  • Healthcare Administration and Planning —a six-course program that helps you gain high-demand skills in healthcare policy and management. (Department of Public Administration)

  • Nonprofit Management —a six-course program for professionals ready to succeed in this rapidly growing sector. (Department of Public Administration)
  • Executive Leadership —a six-course program offered by special arrangement for agency personnel on a cohort basis.  Contact Dr. Rodney Stanley for more information. (Department of Public Administration)

Apply  for graduate programs.






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