The Indiana University Executive Education Program was founded in 1979 and is offered in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA). The program offers credit and non-credit courses to strengthen professional practice in the public and nonprofit sectors.
Graduate-level programs include the Master of Public Affairs (MPA), the Public Management Certificate (PMC), Nonprofit Management Certificate and Homeland Security and Emergency Management Certificate. To date, the Executive Education Program has awarded more than 900 Public Management Certificates and more than 300 Masters in Public Affairs degrees in programs for clients including the Naval Surface Warfare Center, Crane Division.
In a partnership with The Fund Raising School (TFRS) at the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, Executive Education offers the Certificate for Nonprofit Executive Leadership (CNEL), a non-credit certificate designed for mid-level and upper-level nonprofit leaders and those aspiring to leadership positions in all areas of the nonprofit sector. This four-class series is offered online and in-person, and can be customized for a nonprofit organization to offer as part of its own professional development program.
SPEA's Executive Education Program also provides customized leadership and management programs for national and local clients, such as The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) and the Indiana Hospital Association (IHA). With AASHTO, we conduct The National Transportation Leadership Institute—one of the most influential transportation management programs in the nation. With the IHA, we conduct the Health Care Management Institute, which has served more than 1500 professionals since 1990. We also offer customized leadership programs for the Indiana Department of Child Services, through a partnership with the Indiana University School of Social Work.
To be a part of our degree and customized executive education programs at Indiana University's School of Public and Environmental Affairs, please contact:
Director, Executive Education
Email us at ExecEduc@iupui.edu or call 317.274.3418.
Fulfilling the Promise
The Trustees of Indiana University established the School of Public and Environmental Affairs (SPEA) as a statewide program of the university in January 1972.
The School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IU Northwest offers academic programs at the associate, baccalaureate, and master's degree levels for both IU Northwest students and for individuals presently working in public affairs, criminal justice, health services, human services, nonprofit organizations, or environmental affairs settings. The school also operates a unit designed to address a variety of public issues and problems, in particular those of Northwest Indiana. SPEA conducts research on public problems, provides services to public agencies, and engages in educational programs designed to aid public officials and to inform the public on a variety of public issues.A student who already has a bachelor's degree may be admitted to candidacy for a second bachelor's degree. Normally, the holder of a bachelor's degree who wishes to pursue further education is encouraged to become qualified for admission to graduate study. In certain cases, however, a student who already has a bachelor's degree may be admitted to candidacy for an associate or a second bachelor's degree. When such admission is granted, the candidate must earn at least 30 additional credit hours as a student enrolled in SPEA and meet all the requirements of the SPEA degree (A.S. or B.S.) being sought.Detailed Programme Facts
Public Affairs Core (6 courses) SPEA E272 Introduction to Environmental Science. (3 cr.)
SPEA V170 Introduction to Public Affairs (3 cr.)
SPEA V263 Public Management (3 cr.)
SPEA V264 Urban Structure and Policy (3 cr.)
SPEA V372 Government Finance and Budgets (3 cr.)
SPEA V376 Law and Public Policy (3 cr.)
ConcentrationsCriminal Justice Concentration (7 courses) Requirements SPEA J101 The American Criminal Justice System (3 cr.)
The following courses:
SPEA J201 Theoretical Foundations of Criminal Justice Policies (3 cr.)
SPEA J202 Criminal Justice Data, Methods, and Resources (3 cr.)
SPEA J301 Substantive Criminal Law (3 cr.) or SPEA J302 Procedural Criminal Law (3 cr.)
SPEA J439 Crime and Public Policy (3 cr.)
Two of the following three courses:
SPEA J306 The Criminal Courts (3 cr.)
SPEA J321 American Policing (3 cr.)
SPEA J331 Corrections (3 cr.)
Management Concentration (6 courses) Requirements Students will take the following courses:
SPEA V346 Introduction to Government Accounting and Financial Reporting (3 cr.)
SPEA V366 Managing Behavior in Public Organizations (3 cr.)
SPEA V368 Managing Government Operations (3 cr.)
Any three SPEA courses selected with consent of advisor.
Health Services Administration Concentration (6 courses) Requirements The following three courses:
SPEA H320 Health Systems Administration (3 cr.)
SPEA H352 Health Finance and Budgeting (3 cr.)
SPEA H441 Legal Aspects of Health Care Administration (3 cr.)
Three of the following courses with the consent of the advisor:
SPEA H316 Environmental Health (3 cr.)
SPEA H322 Principles of Epidemiology (3 cr.)
SPEA H371 Human Resource Management in Health Care (3 cr.)
SPEA V375 Emergency Services Administration (3 cr.)
SPEA H402 Hospital Administration (3 cr.)
SPEA H474 Issues in Public Health (3 cr.)
Specialized Public Affairs Concentration (6 courses) Requirements A specialized concentration adaptable to the student's interest.
Four of the six courses in the concentration must be SPEA courses.
All courses in the concentration (SPEA and nonSPEA) must be at the 300 or 400 level.
*Students must have their advisor's approval for the concentration and the courses selected.
Environmental Policy Concentration (6 courses) Requirements The following courses:
SPEA E400 Topics in Environmental Studies: Environmental Law
SPEA E400 Topics in Environmental Studies: Environmental Planning
SPEA H316 Environmental Health
Any other three SPEA courses selected with consent of the advisor.
Note: Electives: Students must take additional courses beyond the requirements listed above to meet the minimum B.S. degree requirement of 120 credit hours
*The College of Arts and Sciences list of classes can be obtained from the School of Public and Environmental Affairs or retrieved from the SPEA website.
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US News and World Report "ranked the Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs [SPEA ] number three among the nation's public-affairs graduate programs, behind only Syracuse and Harvard," according to a WISHTV8 report. This report on the Indianapolis Star site gives the run-down on all the Indiana schools' rankings: "Graduate programs offered at Indiana University, Bloomington, IUPUI, Purdue University and the University of Notre Dame are among the top 50 in the country, according to a U.S. News & World Report survey being released today." Access the story from US News here .
[Immediate Update] Actually, the Star and Channel 8 have it wrong. IU Bloomington's SPEA is ranked first. as shown by a look (here ) at the US New report.
[Maybe, Maybe Not] Ed Feigenbaum has written to tell me: "Marcia, SPEA is third -- they are just first in the special category: Public Affairs Specialties: Environmental Policy & Management." And the Durham North Carolina Herald-Sun has this story. dateline Chapel Hill. A quote: "Meanwhile, Duke's environmental policy and management program ranked 2nd nationally, behind Indiana University. and its public policy analysis program came in at No. 5 in the nation."
Posted by Marcia Oddi at April 2, 2004 03:49 PM
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