About the course
The program aims to develop a multidimensional understanding of the role of public institutions in meeting the needs of a dynamic and changing society. The program is intended to develop generalists whopossess substantive skills of administration and who understand the complexity of social problems, the responsibilities of public institutions, and the impact of those institutions on the everyday activities of the citizenry.
Intake Months
May
Delivery Locations
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C195110
Qualification
Bachelor Degree
Estimated annual course fee
USD 12,005
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Duration
4 Years

University of Michigan Flint

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About
University of Michigan Flint is a public research university that has a student-teacher ratio of 13:1. Founded in 1956, the University of Michigan-Flint is the regional campus of the University of Michigan which is operating under the policies of the Board of Regents.
Located in Flint, Michigan, USA, the university provides its students with an opportunity to engage in learning through fieldwork, research and community service. Being a small university with over 6,000 students it has affordable tuition fees and offers an outstanding Michigan degree for the cost. It is classified as one of the Doctoral or Professional University.
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Main Campus - University of Michigan Flint

303 E. Kearsley Street, Flint MI 48502

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The Campus is located in the heart of downtown Flint. Steps away from restaurants and coffee shops, the main campus is home to the Undergraduate Admissions, Financial Aid, Registrar, Student Success Center, Veteran’s Resource Center, and the campus bookstore. Riverfront Center is a residence hall and also home to the School of Management. We have five skywalks on campus. These skywalks connect all academic buildings except the White Building, Recreation Center, Riverfront Residence Hall and First Street Residence Hall.