Our Master of Arts in Public Policy and Administration: Urban Mental Health concentration at the Adler School trains professionals to address mental illness and promote well-being in urban populations. As urbanization rates continue to increase around the world, communities and organizations at all levels need professionals to develop policies that shape population well-being.
Our Urban Mental Health concentration prepares our students with in-demand skills, knowledge, and attitudes to design and implement policies and services that impact individuals and communities. Immersive learning experiences gives students first-hand experience working with organizations on policy, program development, research, and more.
• Our flexible learning formats allow students to choose from a full-time program that can be completed in one year, or a flexible part-time program with evening classes that can be completed in two years.
• The Adler School partners with hundreds of organizations and social service agencies, which enables our students to gain first-hand experience during their first year.
• The Adler School emphasizes graduating social responsible practitioners who impact local and global communities.
Take a virtual tour of our innovative Chicago Campus. Contact our Admissions Counselors today to discuss programs of interest, attend an Open House, and learn about scholarship, employment and financial aid opportunities.
Numerous scholarships are available to new students based on a range of criteria—including financial need, academic excellence, mission relevance, and community involvement and service. Our financial aid counselors provide ongoing personal consultations and webinars about the financial aid process and funding your education.
Our programs fill quickly—contact us today to learn more and apply.
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Established in 1952. Not-for-profit.
Adler University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.
The Adler School is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools.