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Albany Rockefeller
American SPA
ANU Crawford
ANZSOG
Arizona State SPA
Beijing Normal
Berkeley Goldman
Bocconi Milan
Brunei IPS
Calgary SPP
Cambridge POLIS
Canberra SGP
Carleton SPPA
Carnegie Heinz
Chicago Harris
Colorado SPA
Columbia SIPA
Concordia DPS
Cornell CIPA
Dalhousie SPA
Duke Sanford
Edinburgh AoG
ÉNAP Québec
Exeter Politics
FGV Brazil
Florida Askew
GW Trachtenberg
Georgetown
Georgia SPIA
Glasgow SSPS
Griffith GBS
GRIPS Tokyo
Harvard Kennedy
Hertie Berlin
Hong Kong DPPA
Illinois Chicago
Indiana SPEA
Jindal Delhi
Kansas SPAA
King's SSPP
Laval
LSE Inst Pub Aff
LSE Government
Macquarie PIR
Man-Winnipeg
Maryland SPP
MBRSG Dubai
McMaster-Guelph
Melbourne MSG
Michigan Ford
Michigan State PS
Minnesota
Moncton DAP
NC State SPIA
New Mexico SPA
New South Wales
NYU Wagner
North Carolina
Northwestern SPS
Ohio Glenn
Oregon PPPM
Ottawa GSPIA
Ottawa SPS
Oxford BSG
Pennsylvania Fels
Pittsburgh GSPIA
Princeton Wilson
Queen Mary SPIR
Queen's SPS
RANEPA Moscow
Rutgers SPAA
Ryerson DPPA
Sac State PPA
Sask-Regina JSGS
SciencesPo Paris
SF State DPA
Simon Fraser SPP
Singapore LKY
Stanford GPPP
Sydney GIR
Sydney GSG
Syracuse Maxwell
Tenn State CPSUA
Texas Johnson
Tokyo GraSPP
Toronto SPPG
UBC MPPGA
UCLA Luskin
UC London SPP
USC Price
Victoria SPA
Wisconsin
Vic Wellington
Virginia Batten
Warwick PAIS
Waterloo MPS
Washington Evans
Western LGP
York Glendon
York SPPA
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Columbia SIPA
Toronto Munk
NYU Wagner MPA with Int Spec'n
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MPP/MPA Curricular Types
Categorizing programs on courses required, subject-matter orientation and math-economics content 

This page provides a proposed categorization of different curriculum types of MPP, MPA and similarly named degree programs. The categories are not intended to imply that one design is more or less valid than another. They are intended to respond to the questions that a curriculum designer charged developing a new MPP or MPA program might ask about the nature of the design choices, and which programs might serve as examples of particular curricular types. 

The Curriculum Comparison Tables and the Program Ranking by Curricular Attributes illustrate that there are wide variations in attributes among MPP/MPA programs. The variations suggest that the three most crucial program design decisions are:

  1. The number of courses required for graduation, which is closely related to the normal time to completion.
  2. The subject-matter emphasis, which can be expressed in terms of the proportion of course work taken by the typical student in particular subjects.
  3. The extent to which the curricular subject matter requires familiarity with mathematics and economics, which can be expressed in terms of the proportion of courses taken by the typical student in quantitative methods and economic subjects.

We have used data from the 119 programs reviewed to date to create three categories for the magnitude of the course requirement and two categories for subject-matter emphasis, each of which has two categories for math-economics content. This produces a total of 12 potential curricular types for MPP/MPA programs. We have given them names based on well-known programs that meet the definitions of each type.

Those programs requiring 16 to 18 one-semester equivalent courses to graduate we call High Course Requirement; those requiring 13 to 15 we call Medium Course Requirement and those requiring 8 to 12 we call Low Course Requirement.

Regarding subject-matter emphasis, we proceed as follows. Those programs where typical students undertake 60% or more of their course work in what we call Policy-Oriented subjects (the pink subjects displayed at Subjects) we call Policy-Oriented. Those programs where typical students undertake more than 40% of their course work in what we call Management-Oriented subjects (the mauve subjects) we call Management-Oriented. We have designated two subjects (Policy and Management Analysis; Professional Practice) as 50-50, equally oriented to Policy and Management. It is worth noting that the PEACO calculations suggest that programs are well spread out along the continuum from highly Policy Oriented to highly Management Oriented. We have selected 60% as the dividing point, making just over half the programs Policy Oriented and just under half Management Oriented. It can be seen that there are very few MPP programs under 60% but there are many MPA programs over 60%.

Regarding mathematics-economics content, those programs where typical students undertake 20% or more of their course work in the four most economics- and mathematics-intensive subjects (Economic Analysis; Quantitative Methods; Macroeconomic Policy; Financial Markets) we call Higher Math-Economics Content and those where typical students undertake less than 20% of their course work in those subjects we call Lower Math-Economic Content.

Exhibit 1 below groups programs by curricular type. For the most populous type (High Course Requirement; Higher Math-Econ; Policy-Oriented) we have divided the programs into two groups: the Harvard-Toronto group, where the Policy-Oriented proportion ranges from 60% to 75%; and the Columbia-Princeton group where the Policy-Oriented proportion ranges from 75% to 90%. Within each group in Exhibit 1 programs are listed in the order of the proportion of courses in Policy-Oriented subjects taken by the typical student.

Exhibit 2 displays, to approximate scale, the proportion of Policy-Oriented subjects (and its complement, the proportion of Management-Oriented subjects) taken by the typical student.

Exhibit 3 displays the data used in Exhibits 1 and 2.

 

Exhibit 1: MPP/MPA Curricular Types   



Subject-matter
Emphasis


High Course Requirement (16 to 20)


Medium Course Requirement (13 to 15)


Low Course Requirement (8 to 12)

Higher Math-
Economics
Content (>20%
courses)

Lower Math-
Economics
Content (<20%
courses)

Higher Math-
Economics
Content (>20%
courses)

Lower Math-
Economics
Content (<20%
courses)

Higher Math-
Economics
Content (>20%
courses)

Lower Math-
Economics
Content (<20%
courses)








Policy-
Oriented

(typical student takes >60% of courses in
Policy-Oriented subjects)

Harvard-
Toronto
Tokyo MPP/IP
Princeton MPA
Texas MPAff
Columbia MPA
Columbia MIA
Jindal MPP
USC MPP
Minnesota MPP
RANEPA MGPP
GRIPS Tokyo MAPP
Chicago MPP
Georgetown MIDP
Stanford MPP
Michigan MPP
Maryland MPP
Cornell MPA
Georgetown MPP
Brunei MPPM
UCLA MPP
Pittsburgh MPA
LSE IPA MPA
Toronto MPP
Simon Fraser MPP
Oregon MPA
Indiana MPA
Berkeley MPP
Washington MPA
Carnegie MSMPP
Harvard MPP
Hertie MPP
Duke MPP
Virginia MPP



















ANU-
Singapore
ANU MPP
Sydney GIR MPP
SciencesPo MPP
ANU MPA
Singapore MPP
Harvard MPA
















Syracuse-
Carleton
Mich State MPP
Ottawa MAPIA
GW MPP
Carleton MAPA
Arizona State MPP
NYU MPA
Wisconsin MPA
American MPP
UBC MPPGA
Laval MAPP
Syracuse MPA



















Arizona State-
York Glendon
Beijing MCDC
York MPIAA
American MPA
Concordia MAPPPA
USC MPA
Oxford MPP
Arizona State MPA





















Kings-
Queen’s
Michigan MPA
GRIPS Tokyo MPP
Queen's MPA
Maryland MPM
Kings MAPP

Georgetown MPM


















Warwick-
McMaster
Glasgow MScPUP
Warwick MPP

Edinburgh MPP
Singapore MPA
UNSW MSc
McMaster-G MA
Sask-Reg MPP
FGV Brazil MPA
Macquarie MPP



Management-
Oriented

(typical student takes >40% of courses in
Management-Oriented subjects)

Ohio
Ohio MPA

Melbourne-
Dalhousie

Dalhousie MPA
Man-Win MPA
Moncton MPA
Melbourne MPPM
UVic MPA

Albany-
Georgia
Sac State MPPA
Albany MPA
Florida State MPA
GW MPA
Georgia MPA
SF State MPA
Illinois Chicago MPA
Rutgers MPA

Kansas-
North Carolina

New Mexico MPA
Bocconi MPA
Colorado MPA
Kansas MPA-C
Kansas MPA-I
NC State MPA
Tenn State MPA
Western MPA
ENAP MPA
North Carolina MPA

Cambridge-
Calgary
Northwestern MPPA
Sask-Reg MPA
UC London MSc
LSE Gov MSc
Calgary MPP
Cambridge MPP

Pennsylvania-
Ryerson
Queen Mary MPP
Victoria MPP
Griffith MPA
Ryerson MAPPA
Exeter MAP
MBRSG MPA
Pennsylvania MPA
Sydney GSG MPA
ANZSOG EMPA
Ottawa MAPA
Victoria MPM
Canberra MPA
Waterloo MPS
Melbourne MPA
York MPPAL
Hong Kong MPA

Terms Used

- Course Requirement: Credit-bearing one-semester course equivalents (including dissertation and workshops) required to graduate.

- Policy-Oriented: 60% or more of total courses taken by the typical student are in the following 24 subjects: Policy and Management Analysis (50-50); Economic Analysis; Quantitative Methods; Analytic Methods; Professional Practice (50-50); Socioeconomic and Political Context; Intergovernmental and Global Context; Evaluation and Performance Measurement; and the 16 subjects of the Policy Sectors domain.

- Management-Oriented: More than 40% of total courses taken by the typical student are in the following 12 subjects: Policy and Management Analysis (50-50); Leadership Skills; Communication Skills; Professional Practice (50-50); Democratic Institutions and Policy Process; Ethics, Rights and Accountability; Public Financial Management; Human Resource Management; Information and Technology Management; Program and Service Delivery; Regulatory Policy and Management; and Nonprofit Management and Advocacy.

- Higher Math-Economics Content: 20% or more of total courses taken by the typical student are in the following four subjects: Economic Analysis; Quantitative Methods; Macroeconomic Policy; and Financial Markets.

- Lower Math-Economics Content: Less than 20% of total courses taken by the typical student are in the following four subjects: Economic Analysis; Quantitative Methods; Macroeconomic Policy; and Financial Markets.

NOTE: Programs are listed in order of their subject-matter emphasis: Within each of the groupings portrayed above, programs where the typical student takes a higher percentage of courses in Policy-Oriented subjects are listed above those where the typical student takes a lower percentage.

 

 

Exhibit 2: Distribution of MPP/MPA Programs on the Subject-matter Emphasis Axis
Displaying, to approximate scale, the proportion of courses in Policy-Oriented (pink) subjects and
Management-Oriented (mauve) subjects taken by the typical student

Proportion of Courses in Policy-Oriented (pink) and Management-Oriented (mauve) Subjects


High Course Requirement (16 to 20)

Medium Course Requirement (13 to 15)

Low  Course Requirement (8 to 12)

Higher Math/Econ

Lower Math/Econ

Higher Math/Econ

Lower Math/Econ

Higher Math/Econ

Lower Math/Econ

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pol-Or

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

 

90-100%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mgt-Or

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

 

0-10%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pol-Or

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

Tokyo MPP

 

 

 

 

80-90%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mgt-Or

 

 

 

 

 

 

Princeton MPP

Subjects =

 

Princeton MPA

 

 

 

 

 

10-20%

 

 

 

 

Beijing MCDC

Michigan MPA

 

 

 

 

 

Mich State MPP

GRIPS MPP

Glasgow MScPUP

 

 

 

Ottawa MAPIA

 

 

 

 

 

Texas MPAff

 

 

York MPIA

 

 

 

 

Columbia MPA

Sydney GIR MPP

 

 

 

Warwick MPP

 

 

Columbia MIA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Jindal MPP

 

 

 

Queen's MPA

 

 

 

USC MPP

 

 

 

Maryland MPM

 

 

 

Minnesota MPP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RANEPA MGPP

 

 

 

 

 

 

GRIPS MAPP

 

 

 

 

Pol-Or

 

Chicago MPP

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

Georgetown MIDP

 

Carleton MAPA

 

 

70-80%

 

Stanford MPP

 

GW MPP

 

 

 

 

Michigan MPP

 

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

Maryland MPP

 

 

 

 

20-30%

 

Cornell MPA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Georgetown MPP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Brunei MPPM

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

UCLA MPP

 

 

Kings MAPP

 

 

 

Pittsburgh MPA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

LSE IPA MPA

 

 

 

Edinburgh MPP

 

 

Toronto MPP

 

Wisconsin MPA

Georgetown MPM

Singapore MPA

Pol-Or

 

Sim. Fraser MPP

Singapore MPP

Arizona St. MPP

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

Oregon MPA

SciencesPo MPA

NYU MPA

American MPA

 

Sask-Reg MPP

60-70%

 

Indiana MPA

Harvard MPA

 

 

UNSW MSc

 

Berkeley MPP

 

American MPP

 

Penn. MPA

Mgt-Or

 

Washington MPA

 

 

Concordia MAPPA

 

 

Subjects =

 

Carnegie MSMPP

 

UBC MPPGA

USC MPA

 

McMaster-G MA

30-40%

 

Harvard MPP

Duke MPP

 

 

 

FGV Brazil MPA

 

 

Hertie MPP

 

 

Oxford MPP

 

Macquarie MPP

 

 

Duke MPP

Carnegie MSMPP

 

Ariz. State MPA

 

 

 

 

Virginia MPP

 

Syracuse MPA

 

 

Pol-Or

 

Ohio MPA

Dalhousie MPA

Sac State MPPA

New Mexico MPA

N'western MPA

Queen Mary MPP

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

Sask-Reg MPA

Victoria MPP

50-60%

 

 

Albany MPA

 

UC London MSc

Griffith MPA

 

 

 

 

Florida St. MPA

 

 

Ryerson MAPPA

Mgt-Or

 

 

Laval MAPP

 

Waterloo MPS

Subjects =

 

 

GW MPA

 

Exeter MAP

40-50%

 

 

 

 

Cambridge MPP

MBRSG MPA

 

 

 

 

 

Bocconi MPA

LSE Gov MSc

Penn MPA

 

 

 

 

Georgia MPA

 

Sydney GSG MPA

 

 

 

 

 

 

Calgary MPP

ANZSOG EMPA

Pol-Or

 

 

 

SF State MPA

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

Colorado MPA

 

 

40-50%

 

 

Man-Win MPA

 

Kansas MPA-C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kansas MPA-I

 

 

Mgt-Or

 

 

Melbourne MPPM

UI Chicago MPA

Tenn State MPA

 

Ottawa MAPA

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

NC State MPA

 

Victoria MPM

50-60%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rutgers MPA

N. Carolina MPA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pol-Or

 

 

 

 

 

Canberra MPA

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

 

30-40%

 

 

 

 

Western MPA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mgt-Or

 

 

UVic MPA

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

 

60-70%

 

 

 

 

 

Melbourne MPA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

York MPPAL

 

 

 

 

 

ENAP MPA

ANU MPP

 

Pol-Or

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

 

20-30%

 

 

 

 

 

Hong Kong MPA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mgt-Or

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

 

70-80%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pol-Or

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

 

10-20%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mgt-Or

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

 

80-90%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pol-Or

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

 

0-10%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mgt-Or

 

 

 

 

 

 

Subjects =

 

 

 

 

 

 

90-100%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Exhibit 3: Data used in Exhibits 2 and 3
(ordered within the boxes by Pol-Or, the proportion of courses in Policy-Oriented subjects taken by the typical student)

High Course Requirement (16 to 20)

Higher Math-Economics Content 

Lower Math-Economics Content 

 

Requirement

Math-Ec

Pol-Or

Mgt-Or

 

Requirement

Math-Ec

Pol-Or

Mgt-Or

Tokyo MPP

18.0

50.1%

87.3%

12.7%

 

 

Princeton MPA

18.0

33.9%

84.0%

16.0%

 

 

Texas MPAff

16.0

22.7%

79.1%

20.9%

 

 

Columbia MPA

18.0

26.0%

78.9%

21.1%

 

 

Columbia MIA

18.0

24.1%

77.3%

22.7%

 

 

Jindal MPP

20.0

22.2%

76.5%

23.5%

 

 

USC MPP

16.0

22.4%

76.0%

24.0%

 

 

Minnesota MPP

17.0

30.5%

75.9%

24.1%

 

 

RANEPA MGPP

18.0

24.2%

75.8%

24.2%

 

 

GRIPS MAPP

15.7

30.8%

75.3%

24.7%

 

 

Chicago MPP

18.0

27.2%

75.2%

24.8%

 

 

Georgetown MIDP

18.0

23.6%

75.1%

24.9%

 

 

Stanford MPP

16.0

33.6%

74.0%

26.0%

 

 

Michigan MPP

18.0

37.1%

73.0%

27.0%

 

Maryland MPP

16.0

22.8%

72.7%

27.3%

 

 

Cornell MPA

16.0

48.6%

72.4%

27.6%

 

 

Georgetown MPP

16.0

38.6%

72.0%

28.0%

 

 

Brunei MPPM

16.0

23.2%

71.8%

28.2%

 

 

UCLA MPP

19.8

23.4%

71.2%

28.8%

 

 

Pittsburgh MPA

18.0

29.2%

70.8%

29.2%

 

LSE IPA MPA

16.0

33.0%

70.4%

29.6%

 

Toronto MPP

18.0

21.4%

70.3%

29.7%

 

 

Sim. Fraser MPP

16.0

38.6%

68.8%

31.3%

 

 

Oregon MPA

17.6

16.8%

68.3%

31.7%

 

 

Indiana MPA

16.0

20.2%

67.0%

33.0%

 

Berkeley MPP

18.0

39.5%

64.6%

35.4%

 

Washington MPA

18.0

27.1%

64.2%

35.8%

ANU MPP

17.0

14.8%

74.3%

25.7%

Carnegie MSMPP

18.0

22.3%

63.9%

36.1%

Sydney GIR MPP

16.0

0.0%

72.5%

27.5%

Harvard MPP

18.0

27.7%

63.7%

36.3%

SciencesPo MPA

18.0

19.8%

71.6%

28.4%

Hertie MPP

20.0

21.0%

62.5%

37.5%

ANU MPA

17.0

15.3%

65.3%

34.7%

Duke MPP

19.0

20.5%

60.0%

40.0%

Singapore MPP

16.0

13.1%

63.5%

36.5%

Virginia MPP

18.0

24.3%

60.0%

40.0%

Harvard MPA

16.0

14.3%

60.9%

39.1%

Ohio MPA

17.3

23.3%

49.9%

50.1%

Dalhousie MPA

18.0

15.3%

58.5%

41.5%

 

Man-Win MPA

16.0

5.1%

47.9%

52.1%

 

Moncton MPA

20.0

11.0%

43.3%

56.7%

 

Melbourne MPPM

16.0

2.3%

39.8%

60.2%

 

 

 

 

 

UVic MPA

16.5

19.4%

36.8%

63.2%

 

 

 

 

 

Medium Course Requirement (13 to 15)

Higher Math-Economics Content

 

 

 

Lower Math-Economics Content

 

 

 

 

Requirement

Math-Ec

Pol-Or

Mgt-Or

 

Requirement

Math-Ec

Pol-Or

Mgt-Or

Mich State MPP

14.0

34.5%

82.1%

17.9%

 

 

Ottawa MAPIA

15.0

29.6%

81.0%

19.0%

 

 

GW MPP

13.3

26.0%

78.3%

21.7%

 

Carleton MAPA

15.0

23.4%

76.4%

23.6%

Beijing MCDC

14.0

3.5%

82.6%

17.4%

Wisconsin MPA

14.0

23.4%

70.6%

29.4%

York MPIA

15.0

8.3%

79.9%

20.1%

Arizona State MPP

14.0

23.8%

69.6%

30.4%

American MPA

14.0

13.3%

68.5%

31.5%

NYU MPA

15.0

34.5%

68.5%

31.5%

Concordia MAPPPA

15.0

0.0%

65.7%

34.3%

American MPP

13.0

36.7%

67.6%

32.4%

USC MPA

13.3

12.4%

63.0%

37.0%

UBC MPPGA

15.0

23.1%

64.4%

35.6%

Oxford MPP

13.0

10.3%

62.2%

37.8%

Syracuse MPA

13.0

24.5%

60.8%

39.2%

Ariz. State MPA

14.0

17.2%

61.6%

38.4%

Sac State MPPA

13.0

23.1%

59.6%

40.4%

New Mexico MPA

14.0

7.1%

59.6%

40.4%

Albany MPA

14.3

25.1%

57.0%

43.0%

Bocconi MPA

13.0

15.4%

53.8%

46.2%

Florida St. MPA

14.0

20.1%

55.6%

44.4%

Colorado MPA

13.0

19.2%

48.1%

51.9%

Laval MAPP

15.0

16.2%

55.4%

44.6%

Kansas MPA-C

14.3

16.3%

47.9%

52.1%

GW MPA

13.3

24.4%

54.5%

45.5%

Kansas MPA-I

14.3

16.3%

47.2%

52.8%

Georgia MPA

13.7

26.7%

51.8%

48.2%

Tenn State MPA

14.0

17.1%

46.0%

54.0%

SF State MPA

14.0

21.5%

49.3%

50.7%

NC State MPA

14.3

10.8%

45.3%

54.7%

UI Chicago MPA

13.0

27.9%

46.3%

53.7%

N. Carolina MPA

15.0

8.7%

41.5%

58.5%

Rutgers MPA

14.0

22.8%

42.9%

57.1%

Western MPA

15.0

8.3%

37.5%

62.5%

 

 

 

 

 

ENAP MPA

15.0

3.8%

30.7%

69.3%

 

 

 

 

 

Low  Course Requirement (8 to 12)

Higher Math/Economics Content

 

 

 

Lower Math/Economics Content

 

 

 

 

Requirement

Math-Ec

Pol-Or

Mgt-Or

 

Requirement

Math-Ec

Pol-Or

Mgt-Or

 

Princeton MPP

10.0

18.5%

84.7%

15.3%

 

Glasgow MScPUP

12.0

12.5%

81.3%

18.8%

 

Warwick MPP

12.0

3.3%

78.3%

21.7%

 

Edinburgh MPP

12.0

18.1%

73.8%

26.2%

Michigan MPA

10.0

50.0%

82.8%

17.2%

Singapore MPA

10.0

16.5%

70.1%

29.9%

GRIPS Tokyo MPP

11.7

29.3%

73.5%

26.5%

Sask-Reg MPP

10.0

19.3%

68.8%

31.3%

Queen's MPA

12.0

22.7%

68.6%

31.4%

UNSW MPPG

12.0

3.0%

68.2%

31.8%

Maryland MPM

12.0

28.3%

68.1%

31.9%

McMaster-G MA

9.0

17.1%

66.4%

33.6%

Kings MAPP

12.0

29.2%

62.7%

37.3%

FGV Brazil MPA

12.0

0.0%

63.6%

36.4%

Georgetown MPM

12.0

21.3%

60.0%

40.0%

Macquarie MPP

12.0

8.3%

63.1%

36.9%

Northwestern MPA

11.6

24.4%

59.6%

40.4%

Queen Mary MPP

12.0

3.6%

58.9%

41.1%

Sask-Reg MPA

12.0

26.8%

59.3%

40.7%

Victoria MPP

12.0

11.0%

58.5%

41.5%

UC London MSc

12.0

26.3%

58.9%

41.1%

Griffith MPA

12.0

18.5%

56.0%

44.0%

Cambridge MPP

12.0

33.3%

53.3%

46.7%

Ryerson MAPPA

10.0

3.6%

55.7%

44.3%

LSE Gov MSc

8.0

22.0%

53.0%

47.0%

Waterloo MPS

14.0

30.0%

55.0%

45.0%

Calgary MPP

11.0

27.1%

50.8%

49.2%

Exeter MAP

12.0

0.6%

52.9%

47.1%

 

MBRSG MPA

12.0

16.7%

52.1%

47.9%

 

Penn. MPA

12.0

19.4%

52.0%

48.0%

 

Sydney GSG MPA

8.0

3.8%

51.2%

48.8%

 

ANZSOG EMPA

11.0

18.2%

50.0%

50.0%

 

Ottawa MAPA

8.0

0.0%

45.8%

54.2%

 

Victoria MPM

12.0

2.0%

45.0%

55.0%

 

Canberra MPA

12.0

3.8%

39.4%

60.6%

 

Melbourne MPA

12.0

0.0%

34.2%

65.8%

 

York MPPAL

9.0

0.0%

31.3%

68.8%

 

 

 

 

 

Hong Kong MPA

12.0

0.0%

27.8%

72.2%

 

Page Created By: Ian Clark, last updated 7 October 2015

 


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