Designed for our Working Community
“Gaining my degree in Public Administration from Flagler College is one of the best things I've ever done for myself. It was not out of the ordinary for me to learn something in class one night and use it the next day on the job. Not only has my degree given me the tools necessary to reach my current position, but will hopefully help propel me to the next level when I run for public office in 2 years.”
Tom Bexley (2012 Graduate)
Chief Deputy/Chief Operations Officer, Office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court & Comptroller for Flagler County, Florida
“The Flagler College PAD program gave me the tools necessary to better understand the entire organization and increase my contributions to our city. Graduating from the PAD program has inspired me to continue my education towards a Master’s degree.”
Donald Schrager (2013 Graduate)
Stormwater System Specialist, City of Palm Coast
“One of the best experiences of my life, great program, dedicated teachers, awesome school.”
Nancy Vail (2009 Graduate)
Community volunteer with Guardian Ad Litem
"Flagler College provided the most pleasant and enriching experience of any institution I have attended. The individualized attention, quality of instruction, and professors' depth of experience impressed me. I would highly recommend Flagler College's Public Administration program to any individual seeking to complete their degree and advance their career."
Brian H. Graham (2013 Graduate)
Community Relations Coordinator
Bradford County School District
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The Public Administration Program at Flagler College
The Public Administration Program at Flagler College is offered as a community service for working professionals in St. Johns and surrounding counties.
The program is structured to accommodate the working professional. Classes are offered two evenings per week and four Saturdays per semester. Full-time students enroll for 12 hours per semester and complete the program in five semesters.
2014-2015 Academic Year
|New Student Orientation (Fall)||August 14|
|Fall Semester||August 18 – December 11|
|New Student Orientation (Spring)||December 16|
|Spring Semester||January 5 – April 30|
The tuition rate is $500 per year or $250 per semester for students who qualify for the Florida Resident Access Grant (FRAG).
For additional information about the Public Administration Program, contact:
Dr. Don D. Berglund, Program Director, at email@example.com or (904) 819-6440
Dr. Joe Saviak, Assistant Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org or (904) 819-6234