Our Master of Public Policy, offered in collaboration with the Panetta Institute, educates students to improve government quality and responsiveness, optimize community health and well-being, and work for social justice. Our practical, results-oriented approach combines academic tools with experience and insights from successful policymakers at all levels. Whether working in the public, nonprofit or private sector, MPP empower students to do more.

For general information about the MPP Program's academic home, please visit the Department of Health, Human Services and Public Policy website. For detailed information including application tips and sample forms, internship information and a downloadable brochure, please visit the Master of Public Policy homepage.*

*The cohort that entered the MPP Program in Fall 2010 was the last cohort to be admitted.  The program has entered a "teach-out" mode to allow those students who are currently enrolled to finish the program.  Instruction for the program will end at the end of the Spring 2013 semester.