The Master of Public Policy degree is designed to provide students with the quantitative skills to analyze policy and manage large datasets for research on public problems. The two-year full time MPP degree consists of a common core of coursework to build your foundational toolkit. Further enhanced by advanced statistical methods and social sciences data technologies, as well as professional courses in regulation & compliance, ethics, and field electives, graduates of the MPP degree program go on to careers across the public, private, and non-profit sectors as analysts, researchers, and consultants.
Note: the course schedule has changed slightly for candidates who matriculated after fall 2012. Please consult the appropriate schedule: