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Graduate programs in the Humphrey School of Public Affairs information sessions

Check out some of the upcoming opportunities this spring for students to attend an information session to learn more about the degree programs offered at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. During these hour-long sessions, students will hear from admissions staff, program faculty and current students, while learning more about curriculum and career prospects. Students from all majors who may be interested in learning more about graduate studies and careers in public affairs-related fields are welcome. 

Master of Science in Science, Technology, and Environmental Policy (MS-STEP)
The MS-STEP degree prepares students from natural or engineering science backgrounds to understand the role of science, technology, and the environment in our society, particularly in relation to is economic growth, health, environment, education, and natural security.  Register now for the upcoming information session, Wednesday, March 25 from 5:30pm-6:30pm.

Master of Development Practice (MDP)
The MDP prepares students for a career in international development.  The degree provides rigorous interdisciplinary training and equips students with the skills they need to address the problems of poverty and sustainable development in the developing world.  Register now for the upcoming information session, Thursday, April 2 from 5:30pm-6:30pm.

Master of Public Policy (MPP)
The MPP degree prepares students to be leaders who design, manage, and advocate for better policy solutions.  It is a professional discipline that seeks to solve public problems through policy analysis and design, program and project management, and community and public advocacy.  The field brings together political science, economics, statistics, management, and other social science disciplines to shape policies and programs at the local, national, and international levels.

Master of Urban and Regional Planning (MURP)
The MURP degree is designed to produce professionals able to think across fields of expertise to see and act upon the links among environmental systems, land use and transportation systems, infrastructure development, and housing and community development.  The program equips graduates with the technical and analytical skills needed to think strategically about developing and implementing plans at the neighborhood, city, or regional level.

Register for an upcoming combined MPP/MURP information session:
Thursday, March 5 at 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. in HHH 215
Monday, May 4 at 5:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. in HHH 215