Dual Degree Option Between the University of Kentucky and Morehead State University
Master of Public Administration - Morehead State University Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy (IRAPP) Scholars Program
MSU Dean: David Rudy
Academic Program Eligibility: Institute for Regional Analysis and Public Policy degrees in Government, Geography, Sociology, Social Work, and Environmental Science.
MSU Academic Program Director: Michael Hail
MSU Academic Advisors:
Government - Stephen Lange
Geography - Steven Parkansky
Sociology - Edward Reeves
Social Work - Sam Faulkner
Environmental Science - Brian Reeder
Economics - Lisa Cave
• Application to the program should be submitted at the end of the student’s junior year at Morehead State.
• Applicants should have completed at least 90 credit hours of work or have senior standing in the semester when they are admitted to the program.
• The student’s undergraduate grade point average must be at least 3.5 in the applicant’s major field and at least 3.2 overall.