NAHCE UNIVERSITY

Public Service And Public Policy

In today’s complicated and dynamic world, businesses need tough, politically-inclined, non-profit oriented business executives that will be able to assemble all the vital sectors – businesses, government, civil society, and academia – together in novel, effective means that will benefit businesses. For this reason, NAHCEU offers a business degree in public service and public policy that prepares students for the challenging task of becoming pacesetters of development in their desired departments. We are proud to say that our students graduate to become capable business executives who are equipped to either confidently tackle their chosen careers or venture into graduate programs in law, public administration, non-profit administration, government, and of course, public policy.

Public Service And Public Policy Courses

We offer some befitting business degree courses in public service and public policy that will train you to have in-depth knowledge of the public sector and solve every challenge – big or small- pragmatically and proactively. The courses include –

  • Building Leadership Skills
  • Business Law and Ethics for Managers
  • Contemporary Policy Challenges
  • Fundamentals of Finance
  • Global Marketing Management
  • Global Supply Chain Management
  • Global Supply Operations
  • Leadership and Change
  • Organization and Management Leadership
  • Principles of International Business
  • Public Management and Administration
  • Public Policy Analysis
  • Public Service and Policy in the 21st Century
  • Public Service Ethics
  • Public Service Research Methods
  • Survey of International Economics
  • Topics in Public Economics and Financial Management

Careers In Public Service And Public Policy

With a business degree in public service and public policy, students are primed for an array of gratifying professional opportunities in the following careers-

 

Career

Growth*

Median Salary*

Administrative Services Managers

12.47%

$81,080

Budget Analysts

15.09%

$69,280

Business Teachers, Postsecondary

15.12%

$73,660

Chief Executives 

 

$168,140

Compliance Managers  

7.32%

$100,890

Construction Managers  

17.21%

$82,790

Cost Estimators 

25.34%

$58,860

Economists

5.82%

$91,860

General and Operations Managers  

 

$95,440

Industrial Production Managers 

 

$89,190

Investment Fund Managers 

7.32%

$100,890

Logistics Managers  

 

$81,830

Loss Prevention Managers 

7.32%

$100,890

Management Analysts 

23.87%

$78,600

Political Scientists

19.49%

$102,000

Regulatory Affairs Managers  

7.32%

$100,890

Sales Managers 

14.95%

$105,260

Security Managers 

7.32%

$100,890

Social and Community Service Managers

13.78%

$59,970

Storage and Distribution Managers 

 

$81,830

Supply Chain Managers  

7.32%

$100,890

Transportation Managers 

 

$81,830

Wind Energy Operations Managers  

7.32%

$100,890

Wind Energy Project Managers

7.32%

$100,890

*Data obtained from the Occupational Information network (O*NET) under sponsorship of the U.S. Department of Labor/Employment and Training Administration (USDOL/ETA).

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Application Requirements

All students are required to meet general university and NAHCEU admission requirements.

First-year student | Transfer | International | Readmission