If you aspire to be a future leader and manager of a public, private or non-profit organization, the MSPPM degree will help you achieve this goal. If you have a passion for academic, political and social issues, are well rounded and have an inherent propensity for questioning the status quo, you're an excellent candidate for the MSPPM program.
Our student body is comprised of a diverse group of students with a wide variety of undergraduate majors, differing types of work experience, and unique backgrounds and strengths. Together, they represent a stellar population preparing to solve the problems facing their nations.
While most public policy graduate programs focus on theory, we offer a skills-based curriculum. Due to an evolving workforce, we want you to graduate from our program with a set of skills that will allow you to shape a flexible career now and twenty years from now.
Additionally, because the future of any organization—private, public or non-profit—is affected by technology, you'll graduate with a better understanding of current trends in information technology that can help your future organization run more efficiently and strengthen its future success.