Master in Public Administration, Public Policy or International Affairs – What’s the difference?

The following video from the Association of Professional Schools in International Affairs (APSIA) highlights the differences between Masters Degree programs in Public Administration (MPA), Public Policy (MPP) and International Affairs (MIA). Christine Omolino, Director of Admission and Financial Aid at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs shares the goals of each of these programs, how to evaluate a program’s curriculum and if an academic, professional or research oriented program would best suit your goals. As the Director of Admission she will also provide input on how to successfully prepare your application and stand out among the candidate pool.

Know and understand your options!

MPA, MPP and MIA Degrees – what’s the difference?

Remember, the Fleishman Center will be hosting our first Virtual Grad School Fair on Thursday, November 5th from 11am – 2:30pm.

By Jessica Lane-Rwabukwisi
Jessica Lane-Rwabukwisi Career Consultant Jessica Lane-Rwabukwisi