The Expertise of Problem Solving

Intellectual honesty. A hunger for evidence. Familiarity with a wide range of analytic methods. An urge to extract answers from the clutter of real-world public problems.

Those are just some of the characteristics of someone who pursues the Master in Public Policy (MPP). It’s a rigorous two-year program that prepares you to understand complex problems and craft concrete solutions. Through courses, exercises and fieldwork, you master concepts and skills that draw on the social sciences but are adapted for action.

A defining feature of the MPP is its relevance: You can take what you learn here, apply it in the real world and deliver results.

Wei Luo MPP 2017 believes that the power to make an impact in public service emerges from the crucible of self-empowerment and conscious citizenship. He models this belief in the Master in Public Policy Program and shares it as a bridge to connect others.

Wei Luo MPP 2017

The Complete MPP

At the heart of the program is a core curriculum that lets you learn across a range of areas. Classes are taught using a combination of traditional lectures and the case method, which was pioneered at Harvard. You will work with world-renowned faculty members in a collaborative environment.

Best of all, your classmates will be as diverse and interesting as the issues you investigate and the problems you solve.