Public Service Management
Students and graduates of City College's Master’s Program in Public Service Management (PSM) have worked in the White House, won New York City Urban Fellowships, and taken top honors in a distinguished policy writing competition – and that was just last year! Others have worked on important public health issues, managed community-based programs for under-privileged teens, and advanced the agendas of influential politicians.
The PSM program is a management degree program that prepares students, many of them from groups underrepresented in public service, for leadership roles in government agencies and nonprofit organizations. The program offers scholarships, tutoring, paid internships, and research fellowships.
Apply to the Program
Students interested in applying for admission to the PSM program should follow the step-by-step process outlined on the graduate admissions page of the City College website. The deadline for fall admissions is May 15. Students are not admitted to the program at other times.
Program News and Announcements
Public Management Fellows at Clinton Foundation
Public Management Fellows Weeks Mensah (pictured right, with former President Clinton) and Nicholas Scoufaras each earned coveted spots this spring as interns with the Clinton Foundation Global Initiative. Weeks, who will be a senior this fall, studies business administration. He has served as a refugee diplomat for the International Rescue Committee and holds a Peter F. Vallone Scholarship. Nicholas is majoring in international studies with a minor in public policy. He interned in Washington, DC with Congresswoman Ileana Ros-Lehtinen and with the House Committee on Foreign Affairs.