Earning a Master in Public Policy means mastering a set of core skills in policy analysis and program evaluation, management, and politics that are valuable in many settings - from national, state, and local government to think tanks, consulting firms, community-action groups, and direct-service providers - in the U.S. and around the world.
1 Degree -- 2 Options
The Master of Public Policy (MPP) is a 48-credit degree program, divided into core (required) courses and elective courses. Students in the full-time program complete the MPP in two years. Students in the evening program can complete the MPP in three years (including both summers).
The core curriculum emphasizes analytical skills and core knowledge for designing and managing sound public policy. Economics (6 credits) - Quantitative Methods (9 credits) - Political Institutions and Process (9 credits) Degree Requirements