The Master in Public Policy degree at Jacksonville University is a 48-credit program that emphasizes interdisciplinary study and the development of core skills in policy analysis, quantitative methods, management, and leadership. Students are prepared for diverse leadership and career opportunities through internships, capstone policy projects, and policy related electives.
The MPP core curriculum includes courses in microeconomics, public finance, political science, statistics, legal processes and foundations, public institutions, ethics, and leadership. Students gain skills in policy analysis, quantitative methods, and policy research.
About the School
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