Master of Public Policy (M.P.P.), Master of International Development Policy (M.I.D.P.), Master of Policy Management (M.P.M.)
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). A MPP 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 governments to think tanks, consulting firms, community-action groups, and direct-service providers – not only in the U.S., but around the world.
The Master of Public Policy Evening Program (MPP-EP) provides the same set of skills as the full-time MPP but affords full-time employees an opportunity to continue working while earning an MPP degree part-time. As with the full-time MPP program, the degree requires 48 credits. Students complete the degree in three years, including two summers. Academic and work experience requirements are the same as the full-time MPP degree.
The Master of International Development Policy (MIDP) degree equips today’s future leaders in development with the essential technical and analytical skills necessary to make a positive difference in the world. A degree for professionals with experience in development or related fields, the MIDP delivers skills in evidence-based policymaking within a broad, multi-disciplinary curriculum.
The Master of Policy Management (MPM) degree equips policy leaders with essential management and analytic skills that allow them to meet policy management challenges. A degree for professionals with significant practical experience, the MPM hones and integrates their talents to enhance effectiveness in the policy world. GPPI provides committed policy professionals with the theoretical foundation and practical tools they need to make a difference.
The MPM-Public Service (MPM-PS) degree is a cohort-based mid-career management program for men and women engaged in public service work - in the public, private, or nonprofit sectors.
MPP dual degree programs provide students with an opportunity to combine and integrate two sets of skills and increase networking and career opportunities. Students can earn both degrees in less time than it would take to complete them independently. For dual degree programs, a student must apply to each program separately.
The McCourt School of Public Policy offers dual degrees in the following areas: Master of Public Policy/Master of Business Administration (MPP/MBA) Master of Public Policy/Master of Arts in Economics (MPP/MA) Master of Public Policy/PhD in Government (MPP/PhD) Master of Public Policy/PhD in Psychology (MPP/PhD) Master of Public Policy/Juris Doctor (MPP/JD) Master of Public Policy/ Master of Science in Foreign Service (MPP/MS) Master of Public Policy/ Master of Arts in German and European Studies (MPP/MA) Master of Public Policy/International Organizations MBA (MPP/IOMBA)
Georgetown University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education.
International Student Requirements:
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or IELTS Results:
International students are required to demonstrate a level of competence in English sufficient to meet Georgetown Graduate School and U.S. F-1 student visa requirements. All applicants who received an academic degree from a college or university where English is not the primary language spoken, or is not the medium of instruction, are required to submit TOEFL or IELTS scores taken within the past two years.
Facts & Figures
Financial Aid: Yes
International Financial Aid: Yes
# of Credits Required: MPP/MIDP 48 credits,
Classification: Doctoral/Research University—Extensive
Loans Offered: Finacial assistance is available to those who qualify. Applicants may apply for loans by completing the Free Applicaion for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). FAFSA Code: 001445
Locale: Large City
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