College of Law and Public Service


Kevin S. Marshall, Dean and Professor of Law
Krystal Rodriguez-Campos, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs-Law and Director of Clinical Education
Suzanne Beaumaster, Associate Dean for Public Administration and Professor of Public Administration
Evelyn De Anda, Registrar and Director of Academic Affairs

The College of Law and Public Service is dedicated to providing students with a well-rounded education in the fields of law, public administration, and public service. With its highly qualified faculty of experienced professionals, cutting-edge curriculum, and dynamic experiential learning opportunities, the College of Law and Public Service prepares students to become leaders in their respective fields. Whether students are pursuing careers as lawyers, judges, policymakers, or advocacy leaders, the College of Law and Public Service provides students with the skills and knowledge they need to make a positive impact in their communities and the world.

Undergraduate Degree

The College of Law and Public Service offers the Bachelor's of Science in Public Administration (BPA) for traditional-aged students and working adults, which provides students with a strong foundation in the theories, concepts, and practical skills needed for careers in government and non-profit organizations.

Graduate Degrees

The College of Law and Public Service offers a number of graduate degree programs, including a Doctor of Public Administration (DPA), a Juris Doctor (JD) Degree, a Master of Public Administration (MPA) Degree, and a Master of Arts in Policy Studies (MPS) which is offered in conjunction with the DPA degree.