Public Policy Graduate Programs
This MA is cross-disciplinary and grounded in a political science understanding of general public policy-making and change.
The Master of Public Policy and Urban Affairs Program at Loyola can give you the tools and knowledge to turn concern about...
This interdisciplinary program will enable you to think critically about diplomatic and international legal issues in real contexts. You will address some of the key questions facing public and non-governmental institutions around the world.
Union Institute & University's online Master of Arts program is designed for working adults.
The University of Houston's Master of Public Policy is a 39 semester credit hour program preparing students to conduct advanced quantitative and qualitative analyses to gain employment within the public and private sectors.
Applying a social science perspective to questions of policy and policy management.
MSPPM-DC offers a unique 2- year experience to cultivate a student’s passions while enhancing their leadership skills. Culminating in Washington, D.C., this track is geared to future leaders wanting to advance their careers in public and political career...
The Master in Public Policy (MPP) provides an interdisciplinary understanding of societal problems and their potential solutions.
The Master of Arts in Public Policy (MAPP) prepares students for careers in policy analysis and public service.
Students learn about limitations & possibilities of risk management and how legislation & other forms of control impact on them...
The Master of Public Policy degree program (MPP) is professionally oriented and open to students who wish to pursue analytic careers in government, nonprofit organizations, consulting, advocacy, and/or related policy occupations.
Our Master of Public Policy: Community Health concentration prepares graduates to lead government policy and advocacy efforts that advance positive social change in communities.
The programme provides core research training in philosophy and research design in the social sciences, along with introductions to and further approaches in quantitative and qualitative methods in the social sciences.