The Graduate School of Public & International Affairs offers an accelerated mid-career program, the Master of Public Policy and Management. The MPPM can be completed full- or part-time, in-person or online, and is open to students with at least five years of full-time work experience. It is an ideal program for students looking to advance their career in government, nonprofit management, international affairs, or international development. Students who lack five years of full-time work experience may apply to GSPIA's Master of Public Administration, Master of Public & International Affairs, or Master of International Development programs.
Master of Public Policy and Management
Advance or begin a rewarding training experience to prepare for public service.
Master of Public Policy and Management / Doctor of Nursing Practice
Acquire professional training as an executive leader to obtain simultaneously a substantial knowledge of public and nonprofit management tools and techniques that will be useful in careers leading healthcare organizations.