The Department of Public Administration and Policy provides graduate and undergraduate students the skills and insights necessary to participate in the management of public and nonprofit organizations and the creation of public policy. Our curriculum offers more than 30 areas of specialization, including IT/e-government, homeland security, financial market regulation, non-profit management, local government management, public finance, and health policy. The diversity of our offerings reflects the diversity of our faculty: 24 experts drawn from seven fields, plus a set of master practitioners who bring their wealth of experience to the classroom.


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