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Carnegie Mellon, J. Heinz III College (School of Public Policy and Management) - MSPPM

Program Comparison Highlights

Institutional Structure: The School of Public Policy & Management is one of two academic units within the H. John Heinz III College, the other being the School of Information Systems and Management. The School of Public Policy & Management offers a Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM),  A Masters in Public Management (MPM), a Masters of Arts Management (MAM), a Masters of Entertainment Industry Management (MEIM), a Masters of Health Care Policy & Management (MSHCPM), a Masters in Biotechnology & Management (MSBTM), a Masters in Medical Management (MMM), as well as multiple certificates and a Ph.D. program. Within the MSPPM program, there are multiple tracks, including a four-semester track, a three-semester track, a Data Analytics (four-semester) track, a version of the degree in Washington D.C., and a "Global" track with Carnegie Mellon's campus in Australia. In addition to all of these programs, Carnegie Mellon's Australian campus also offers independent Public Policy degrees. (http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/school-of-public-policy-management/index.aspx, accessed 30 March 2015).

Curriculum Design:  This is a somewhat unusually designated degree, Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (MSPPM), one of the very few that match precisely the name of the Atlas of Public Policy and Management. In addition to the MSPPM the SPPM School offers an array of cognate degrees in different venues: the MAM (Masters in Arts Management), MEIM (Masters in Entertainment Industry Management), MHPM (Masters of Healthcare Policy Management), MSBTM (Masters of Biotechnology and Management), and MMM (Masters of Medical Management. Additionally, the Australian campus of Carnegie Mellon also offers two varieties of the MSPPM that do not require international experience and which should not be confused with the Pittsburgh, PA campus’ Global MSPPM program. Focusing just on the Pittsburgh MSPPM (and its variants in Washington DC and Australia), the program bills itself as emphasizing skills rather than theory, quantitative analysis, and the use of information technology as a management tool. With close to 200 full and half-semester courses, the School has a very wide range of offerings. The program is unusual in having roughly half of its teaching in the form of half-semester courses. Our PEACO calculations below suggest that typical students take about 64% of their course work in policy-oriented subjects and 36% in management-oriented subjects. Typical students take about 22% of their course work in subjects with high math-economics content. This places the Carnegie Heinz MSPPM in the "high course requirement, policy-oriented, higher math-economics content" curricular type, along with such programs as the Berkeley MPP and the Harvard MPP (see MPP/MPA Curricular Types). The Carnegie Heinz MSPPM is one of a minority of programs with a mandatory internship. Among peers in its curricular type, the Carnegie Heinz MSPPM  has as a relatively high number of course offerings, a relatively high proportion of required courses and a relatively high number of courses taught within the school.

Professional Program Features: Heinz College has an extensive Career Services program (http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/jobs-and-internships/students/index.aspx) with a Mentor Program and a Career Academy. The Research Centers page (http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/faculty-and-research/research-centers/index.aspx) includes links  to 12 centers and initiatives.

Program Summary

Website: http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/school-of-public-policy-management/index.aspx

University: Carnegie Mellon University

Location: Pittsburgh, PA, USA, with global programs in Washington, DC, USA and Adelaide, SA, Australia

Degree: MSPPM – Master of Science in Public Policy and Management (N.B. Carnegie Mellon also offers the MSPPM-DC, a Washington, DC-based track within the MSPPM program, as well as the “Global MSPPM,” an Australia-based track within the MSPPM program, both of which have separate degree requirements from the Pittsburgh-based MSPPM. The school also offers a series of other public policy/management degrees, including the MAM (Masters in Arts Management), MEIM (Masters in Entertainment Industry Management), MHPM (Masters of Healthcare Policy & Management), MSBTM (Masters of Biotechnology and Management), and MMM (Masters of Medical Management. Additionally, the Australian campus of Carnegie Mellon also offers two varieties of the MSPPM that do not require international experience and which should not be confused with the Pittsburgh campus’ Global MSPPM program. Carnegie Mellon also offers several combined degrees with the Tepper School of Business, the University of Pittsburgh Law School and Pittsburgh's Theological Seminary.

Degrees Awarded per Year: 113 (At http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/school-of-public-policy-management/public-policy-management-msppm/class-profile/index.aspx, accessed 20 May 2015.

Academic Unit within University: Heinz College is an independent college within the University that is home to the School of Public Policy & Management and the School of Information Systems. The School of Public Policy & Management also has affiliated centres (e.g. the Los Angeles, CA-based MEIM centre) and the Global MSPPM utilizes the Adelaide, SA, Australia satellite campus of Carnegie Mellon University.

Posted Tuition: Tuition for students beginning fall 2015 is $44,200 plus $851 fees = $45,051 per year for the two-year degree.  (At http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/financial-aid/masters-programs/public-policy-and-management-msppm/student-expenses/index.aspx, accessed 18 May 2015.)

Concentration/Curriculum Overview: The Masters of Science in Public Policy and Management is a strongly analytical, “market-oriented” approach to public policy education that seeks to provide candidates with analytical, communication and management skills that can be applied in the field of public policy. The program emphasizes a skills-based as distinguished from theoretical curriculum. In particular, the school places an emphasis on information technology as a public management tool. The MSPPM is offered in two varieties at the school’s Pittsburgh, PA campus: a two-year (four-semester) option and a three-semester option. Both tracks have identical in-program GPA requirements and both require students to complete a “Systems Synthesis” capstone group project. The former requires 198 total academic units (16.5 one-semester course equivalents) and a summer internship, while the latter requires 168 academic units (14 one-semester course equivalents) and does not require the completion of an optional internship. Applicants may also apply to the MSPPM-POLA track, a policy analytics-focused program with an emphasis on “data-based approaches to complex public issues;” quantitative analysis for candidates with an undergraduate degree in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics. The MSPPM-DC variant of the MSPPM degree requires students to complete their inaugural year of studies completing the core curriculum of the MSPPM degree in Pittsburgh, PA, and the second in Washington, DC on a part-time basis (two nights and one day per week) while working four-days per week in full-time apprenticeships. The Global MSPPM enables students to complete the first year of the school’s MSPPM degree at Carnegie Mellon’s Adelaide, SA, Australia campus and the second at the school’s Pittsburgh, PA campus.

MSPPM Degree Requirements

Summary: The MSPPM degree is intended to be pursued either as a two-year (four-semester) track, a three-semester track, a four-semester Data Analytics track, a four-semester Washington, DC track, or a 21-month Global track in Adelaide, Australia. Due to the complexity of Carnegie Mellon's course offerings and due to its comparability, only the first program track (four-semester program) is analyzed on this page.

Duration: 3 or 4 semesters (1.5 or 2 years of full-time study).

Academic Prerequisite: Bachelor’s degree. The two-year track is designed for students with less than three years of work experience, the three-semester track is designed for students with more than three years of experience. Neither the Washington, DC-track nor the Global MSPPM have a work experience requirement, but experience working in Washington, DC is preferred for the former. [N.B. that the Data Analytics track requires a STEM undergraduate degree].

Number of One-Semester-Equivalent Courses Required for Completion: 18.5
                  Note 1. This number includes the required 10-week, full-time internship, which has been given a value of 2 one-semester-course-equivalents in order to make it comparable to other programs with similar required internship offerings, despite the fact that the 95-900 Internship course has a nominal credit value of 3 academic units (i.e., 0.25 semester equivalent).

Number of Required Courses: 7
                  Note 2. This includes the 2 one-semester-equivalents described in Note 1 and assumed one-semester course credit for the "System Synthesis" capstone project, but does not include the requirements with options under Advanced Coursework above. 

Number of Courses Offered within the Program: 240 (equivalent to 117 semester courses) .
                 
Note 3. This figure does not count as electives courses that could contribute to, or replace, students' required courses. Additionally, the program provides access to courses and research facilities available in many other graduate departments, centres and institutes across the University, as well as distance learning opportunities and courses at the University of Pittsburgh.

Comprehensive Examination: No

Thesis Required: No

Internship Required: Yes for two-year MSPPM; optional for three-semester MSPPM candidates.

International Study Required: Only for Global MSPPM candidates.

Co-curricular Activities Supportive to Degree

Professional Development and Career Support: Eight staff members in the College’s Career Services office support students with strategy and development during their career search.

Student-run Journal: The Heinz Journal (http://journal.heinz.cmu.edu) is a student-run journal, podcast and live radio program that features works on the analysis of public policy strategy and implementation.

Applied Projects: The Capstone/Systems Synthesis project is a team-based policy consulting assignment conducted for a client and which is required of all MSPPM students.

Pro Bono Consulting: Student Consulting International Organization (SCIO) is a student-run club of the Tepper School of Business and to which Heinz College students have access. Student associates assist in different capacities with a variety of consulting projects across the US.

Courses Offered: A full course listing along with brief descriptions of each course is available at http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/academic-resources/course-results/index.aspx. Courses offered in Carnegie Mellon’s MSPPM have been assigned to Atlas subjects in the map below. Required courses are marked with (R). Where a requirement can be fulfilled by one of two courses, each course is marked with (R/2).

Instructional Distribution (PEACO Profile): The table below indicates the distribution of instruction offered, based on the course assignments to subjects in the Course Map below, weighted by estimated enrolment determined by the PEACO Algorithm.  

 

Carnegie

MSMPP

Curricular Type Parameters

Number of Courses Required for Graduation

18.5

Math-Economics Subjects (EA, QM, Macro, Fin Markets)

22.3%

Policy-Oriented Subjects

63.9%

Management-Oriented Subjects

36.1%

Enrolment-Adjusted Course Distribution

Analysis and Skill Subjects

39.7%

  - Policy and Management Analysis

6.8%

  - Economic Analysis

8.3%

 

  - Quantitative  and Analytic Methods

19.2%

  - Leadership and Communication Skills

5.4%

Institutions and Context Subjects

9.2%

  - Democratic Institutions and Policy Process

3.2%

  - Ethics, Rights and Accountability

0.7%

  - Socioeconomic, Political, and Global Contexts

5.4%

Management Function Subjects

18.0%

  - Public Financial Management

7.4%

  - Evaluation and Performance Measurement

0.5%

  - Other Management Functions

10.2%

Policy Sector Subjects

16.8%

  - Macroeconomic Policy

0.7%

  - International Development

0.9%

  - Health

3.6%

  - Other Policy Sectors

11.6%

                              Total

84%

Competency Gap Analysis (in Course-Weeks of Instruction)

Course-Weeks in Core Subjects taken by Typical Student

146

Surplus or Shortfall Relative to Core Competency Requirement

  - Policy and Management Analysis (CCR = 18 course-weeks)

-3

  - Economic Analysis (CCR = 12)

7

  - Quantitative Methods (CCR = 12)

9

  - Analytic Methods (CCR = 6)

16

  - Leadership Skills (CCR = 9)

-6

  - Communication Skills (CCR = 3 courses)

6

  - Democratic Institutions and Policy Process (CCR = 18)

-11

  - Ethics, Rights and Accountability (CCR = 6 courses)

-4

  - Socioeconomic and Political Context (CCR = 6)

-2

  - Global Context (CCR = 3)

5

  - Public Financial Management (CCR = 6)

11

  - Evaluation and Performance Measurement (CCR = 6)

-5

  - Human Resource Management (CCR = 3)

0

  - Information and Technology Management (CCR = 3)

10

  - Macroeconomic Policy (CCR = 6)

-4

  - Environment and Sustainability (CCR = 3)

0

Subject-Matter Shortfall for Typical Student (Sum of Shortfalls)

-37

Additional Parameters

Total Courses Listed

115

Courses Designated as Required (inc. Specialization Reqs)

9.8

Archetypal Public Affairs Subjects (P&MA, EA, QM, DI&PP)

33.1%

Archetypal International Affairs Subjects (GC, ID, DS&FR)

6.5%

Courses Required and Offered

Courses Required to Graduate

18.5

Required Courses

9.75

Elective Courses Taken by Typical Student

8.75

Elective Courses Listed

104.8

Enrolment Weight of Elective Course

0.08

Total Courses Listed

115

 

Source: At http://www.heinz.cmu.edu/school-of-public-policy-management/public-policy-management-msppm/index.aspx (accessed 4 October 2013).

Page Created By: Dave Marshall on 6 October 2013; updated by Dave Marshall on 30 March 2015 and Ian Clark on 11 April 2015. Updating and editing may consist of substantive and/or formatting changes. Unless otherwise noted, however, information regarding a program's structure, curricular offerings and PEACO score is based on the program as it was on the date of page creation. Content presented on this page is drawn from the source(s) cited above. All direct quotations are marked.

Carnegie Mellon MSPPM Course Map
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Courses (and PEACO scores) reflect course offerings for the 2013-14 academic year as available 6 October 2013. Stable links have been provided for those courses included in the PEACO scores which continue to be offered during the 2014-15 academic year. Additional courses have likely been added since the 2013-14 academic year.

Analysis and Skills

 Policy and Management Analysis

  90-705 Policy Analysis I
  90-730 Methods Of Policy Analysis
  90-754 Engineering Public Policy Change
  90-842 Public Policy Implementation (0.5)
  90-917 Organizations Theory
  91-800 Organizational Management: Theory And Practice
  91-809 Organizational Change: Transition And Transformation (0.5)
  91-843 Power And Influence (0.5)
  91-820 Strategic Planning
  94-700 Organizational Design and Implementation (0.5) (R)
  94-800 Negotiation (0.5)
  94-811 Strategy Development (0.5)
  95-820 Strategic Management and Implementation (0.5)

 Economic Analysis

  90-709 Intermediate Economic Analysis (R/2)
  90-710 Applied Economic Analysis (R/2)
  90-791 Law and Economics
  90-879 Managerial and Engineering Economics
  90-906 Introduction to Econometric Theory
  91-803 Economic Principles of Policy Analysis
  93-710 Cultural Economics
  95-710 Economic Analysis (0.5)

 Quantitative Methods

  90-904 Research Seminar in Machine Learning and Policy
  90-905 Statistical Theory for Social and Policy Research
  95-725 Basics of Financial Statement Literacy (0.5)
  91-858 Spreadsheet Modeling and Analysis for Management Decision Making (0.5)
  94-835 Applied Econometrics II (0.5)
  90-907 Econometric Theory/Methods II
  90-711 Empirical Methods For Public Policy And Management (R/2)
  94-830 Analysis of Survey Data (0.5)
  90-866 Large Scale Data Analysis for Public Policy (0.5)
  90-786 Intermediate Empirical Methods (R/2)
  91-600 Quantitative Methods (0.5 Not for Credit)
  90-794 Survey Sampling Methods (0.5)
  94-827 SAS for Policy Analysis (0.5)
  91-801 Data Analysis For Managers
  95-868 Exploring and Visualizing Data (0.5)
  94-834 Applied Econometrics I (0.5)

 Analytic Methods

  90-722 Management Science I: Optimization and Multicriteria Methods (0.5) (R/2)
  90-747 Cost-Benefit Analysis (0.5)
  90-755 Intermediate Management Science I (0.5) (R/2)
  90-760 Management Science II: Decision and Risk Modeling (R/2)
  90-775 Intermediate Management Science II: Decision and Risk Modeling (0.5) (R/2)
  90-805 Risk Analysis
  90-921 Special Topics in MLP: Event and Pattern Detection (0.5)
  94-813 Project Management (0.5)
  94-814 Evidence-Based Management (0.5)
  95-726 Fundamentals of Finance (0.5)
  95-760 Decision Making Under Uncertainty (0.5)
  95-864 Heuristic Problem Solving (0.5)
  95-866 Advanced Business Analytics (0.5)

 Leadership

  90-811 Foundations of Social Innovation and Enterprise (0.5)
  90-844 Public Leadership
  91-869 Conflict Resolution: Theory and Practice (0.5)
  94-804 Transformational Leadership for Global Enterprises
  94-816 Negotiation: Domestic Focus (Not for Credit)
  94-817 Negotiation: International Focus (Not for Credit)

 Communication

  90-718 Strategic Presentation Skills (0.5)
  90-783 Shaping the Policy Narrative (0.5)
  91-718 Strategic Presentation Skills (0.5)
  94-701 Business English (0.5) (R/2)
  94-803 Consulting Communications (0.5)
  94-702 Professional Writing (0.5) (R/2)
  95-718 Professional Speaking (0.5)


Multiple Subjects

 Capstone Courses, Internships, Major Projects, Theses, etc.

  93-889 Capstone Project I (0.25R)
  93-890 Capstone Project II (0.75R)
  95-900 Internship (2R - see Note 1 above)

Institutions and Context

 Democratic Institutions and Policy Process

  90-714 Policy And Politics In American Political Institutions (R/2)
  90-840 Legislative Policy Making (0.5)

 Social and Political Context

  90-726 Money & Politics (0.5)
  90-703 Women and Public Policy (0.5)
  90-778 Media And Public Policy (0.5)
  90-792 Applied Demography
  90-810 Population and Policy
  90-846 Policy Practicum: Restoring the American Dream and Its Political Platform (0.5)

 Ethics, Rights and Accountability

  90-758 Ethics and Public Policy (0.5)
  91-828 Ethical Issues In Management (0.5)
  94-836 Ethical Leadership (0.5)

 Intergovernmental and Global Context

  90-713 International Politics and Policies (R/2)
  90-752 The Rise of the Asian Economies
  90-860 Policy in a Global Economy (0.5)

 

Specialized Arts and Culture Courses
(available but not included in PEACO calculations)

  93-808 Exhibitions Management
  93-807 Museum Operations
  93-751 Creative Enterprises: For-Profit Systems & Structures
  93-826 Fundraising Fundamentals for Arts Managers
  93-821 Arts Marketing and Public Relations
  93-814 Dealers, Galleries and Auction Houses: The Economics of the Art Market
  93-813 Arts Facilities Management
  93-812 Planning and Managing Performing Arts Programming
  94-843 Research Seminar in Arts Management and Technology
  93-852 Film/Television Production Management
  93-836 Managing Cultural Heritage: Identity and Sustainability
  93-835 Aesthetics and Critical Judgement
  95-732 Interactive Marketing
  94-810 Introduction to Supply Chain Management and Systems
  94-807 Entrepreneurship
  93-828 Advanced Topics in Fundraising
  93-702 Creative Enterprises: Management Systems and Practices
  93-811 Performing Arts Organizations: Business Models and Management Issues
  94-801 Acting for Management
  93-851 Film Economics, Marketing and Distribution
  93-809 Public Art
  93-866 Creative Producing
  93-869 Television Economics
  93-871 Film/TV Business/Legal Affairs
  93-876 Television Marketing & Advertising
  93-879 Navigating the Practical Realities of the Film Industry
  93-853 Digital Content and Delivery
  93-854 Film Acquisition
  93-856 Business Development
  93-857 Business of Gaming
  93-858 Market Research in the Entertainment Industry
  93-861 Script/Story Analysis
  93-863 Multiplatform Production & Marketing

Management Functions

 Public Financial Management

 
90-724 Financial Analysis (R)
 
90-737 Budgeting And Management Control Systems
 
90-744 Accounting and Control in Non-For-Profit Organizations (0.5)
 
90-894 Policy Topics: Federal Budget (Not for Credit)
 
91-804 Financial Analysis for Managers
 
91-855 Financial Management
 
91-857 Financial Modeling and Analysis (0.5)
 
95-715 Financial Accounting (Financial Statement Literacy and Analysis) (0.5)

 Evaluation and Performance Measurement

 
90-823 Program Evaluation

 Human Resources Management

  90-796 Human Resources Policy and Modeling
  91-822 Human Resources Management
  93-716 Human Resource Management in Creative Enterprises (0.5)

 Information Management and Technology

  90-728 Introduction to Database Management (0.5) (R)
  90-801 Desktop Publishing (0.5)
  91-802 Information Systems for Managers
  94-802 Introduction to Geographic Information Systems
  94-806 Privacy in the Digital Age (0.5)
  95-703 Database Management
  95-722 Digital Transformation (0.5)
  95-818 Privacy Policy Law and Technology
  95-830 Introduction to Security and Policy
  95-859 Innovation & Technology (0.5)

 Program and Service Delivery

  90-731 Management Methods
  91-844 Managing Quality Improvement
  94-805 Service Management (0.5)
  94-824 Creating Results-Oriented Programs (0.5)
  94-837 Performance Management (0.5)

 Regulatory Policy and Management

  90-788 Biotechnology Regulations, Policy, and Compliance (0.5)

 Nonprofit Management and Advocacy

  93-701 Creative Enterprises: Structures and Governance (0.5)
  94-831 Design & Policy for Humanitarian Impact
  93-711 Entrepreneurship in Creative Enterprises (0.5)
  94-808 Management Consulting
  94-840 Lean Entrepreneurship (0.5)
  93-827 Sponsorships and Grants: Strategies and Practices (0.5)
  90-845 Social Enterprise Incubator

 

Specialized IM and IT Courses
(available but not included in PEACO calculations)

  95-822 Technology Consulting in the Community
  95-833 Global IT Management & Sourcing
  95-794 Tech Startup: Tools and Techniques
  95-775 IT Business Leadership
  95-782 Global eBusiness Strategy
  95-824 Policies of Wireless Systems and the Internet
  95-774 Business Process Modeling
  95-772 Data Structures for Application Programmers
  95-808 IT Project Management
  95-799 Linux & Open Source
  95-797 Data Warehousing
  95-796 Statistics for IT Managers
  95-771 Algorithms and Data Structures for Information Processing
  95-821 Product Management in Information Technology
  95-812 Introduction to the ITIL Framework
  95-831 Enterprise Architectures
  95-855 Network Situational Awareness
  95-843 Service Oriented Architecture
  95-852 Analytics & Business Intelligence
  95-841 Information Assurance Policy
  95-896 Applied Enterprise Architecture
  95-870 Managing Analytics Projects
  95-833 Global IT Management & Sourcing
  95-863 Advanced Telecommunications Technologies and Management
  90-782 Multi-Media
  95-702 Distributed Systems
  95-704 Advanced Database Management
  94-842 Programming in R Analytics
  95-712 Object Oriented Programming in Java
  95-706 Object Oriented Analysis & Design
  95-713 Intermediate Java
  95-730 E-Business Technology and Management
  95-729 E-Commerce Technologies
  95-740 Mobile Commerce
  95-740 Mobile Software Development
  95-733 Internet Technologies
  95-757 Information Security Risk Policy & Management
  95-741 E-Business Management: A Strategic Perspective
  95-752 Introduction to Information Security Management
  95-753 Internet Security
  95-720 Information Systems Project
  95-768 Defensive Hacking: A Tactical & Strategic Perspective
  95-769 Network Security Analysis
  95-705 Telecommunications Management
  95-765 Information Security Project
  95-761 Cybersecurity in Critical Infrastructure
  95-756 Information Security Risk Analysis
  94-832 Business Intelligence and Data Mining SAS
  95-865 Text Analytics
  95-791 Data Mining I
  94-838 Introduction to Raster GIS

Policy Sectors

 Macroeconomic Policy

  90-762 Macroeconomics (0.5)
  90-908 Ph.D. Macroeconomics I

 International Development

  90-827 Economics of Development
  90-858 Microfinance and Development (0.5)
  94-812 Technology for International Development (0.5)

 Public Finance and Social Policy

  90-736 Public Finance
  90-767 Welfare Policy Analysis

 Health

  90-721 Health Care Management (0.5)
  90-820 Health Care Information Security
  90-830 Financial Management of Health Systems
  90-831 Advanced Financial Management of Health Care (0.5)
  90-832 Health Law
  90-833 Population Health (0.5)
  90-834 Health Care Geographical Information Systems
  90-836 Health Systems
  90-839 Global Health Diplomacy (Not for Credit)
  90-861 Health Policy (0.5)
  90-863 Health Policy II (0.5)
  90-708 Health Care Ethics (0.5)
  90-818 Health Care Quality & Performance Improvement (0.5)
  90-877 Healthcare Marketing (0.5)
  94-705 Health Economics
  94-706 Health Care Information Systems

 Education

  90-817 Regional Finance and Education Policy
  90-826 Education Policy Analysis (0.5)
  91-825 Student Services Seminar
  91-866 Counseling Issues in Higher Education (0.5)
  91-881 Administering the School Curriculum
  91-883 Budgeting and Management Control in Schools (0.5)
  91-889 The Educational Leadership Internship Experience (Not for Credit)
  93-804 Arts in Education (0.5)

 Employment, Labour and Immigration

  90-795 Labor Economic Policy (0.5)
  90-816 Migration Policy (0.5)

 Cities and Urban Development

  90-733 Urban Development (0.5)
  90-734 Urban Policy: Shaping The City (0.5)
  90-743 Urban And Regional Economic Development
  90-748 Real Estate Development (0.5)
  90-789 Sustainable Community Development

 Environment and Sustainability

  90-765 Cities, Technology, and the Environment (0.5)
  90-798 Environmental Policy And Planning
  90-821 Innovation for Energy and the Environment (Not for Credit)
  90-828 Economics of Global Warming

 Agriculture and Resources

 Science, Technology and Innovation

  90-825 E&TIM Seminar: Innovation Management in Practice (0.25)
  90-887 Manufacturing & Lab Practices (0.5)
  90-756 Technology and Economic Growth
  90-880 The Strategy and Management of Technological Innovation

 Industry, Trade and Investment

  90-759 International Policy Decision Modeling

 Energy, Transport and Infrastructure

  90-768 Energy and the Environment
  90-779 The Shale Gas Revolution
  90-808 U.S. Energy Policy (0.5)
  94-845 Growth with Intelligent Transportation (0.5)

 Defence, Security and Foreign Relations

  90-807 Diplomacy and Statecraft
  90-763 Human Rights Policy

 Policing and Justice Administration

  90-926 Seminar in Criminal Justice

 Arts and Culture

  93-855 Intellectual Property Rights Issues (0.5)
  93-845 Cultural Policy Seminar (0.5)
  93-846 Cultural Policy and Advocacy in the United States (0.5)
  93-831 Law And The Arts

 Financial Markets

  95-825 Corporate Finance (0.5)

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