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MPP and MPA Programs

University of Chicago, Harris School of Public Policy (Harris) 

Program Comparison Highlights

Institutional Structure: Chicago's MPP is delivered through the Harris School of Public Policy, one of 6 professional schools within the University of Chicago, each with the power to hire and promote faculty. The School offers a doctorate in public policy, a two-year MPP, a one-year AM, and five other specialist Master's degrees. 

Curriculum Design:  The University of Chicago uses a quarter system. Using our 8/9 conversion factor and assigning a two-semester-course equivalent for the required internship, Chicago graduation requirement is 18 one-semester courses. Our PEACO calculations below suggest that typical MPP students take about 75% of their course work in policy-oriented subjects and 25% in management-oriented subjects. Typical students take about 27% of their course work in subjects with high math/economics content. This places the Chicago MPP 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). Relative to all other MPP/MPA programs, the Chicago MPP program offers a very high number of core and elective courses (about 265 courses) with a very high proportion of courses taught within the school. The competency gap analysis below suggests that a Chicago Harris student taking the required courses and a random selection of listed electives would, on average, graduate with approximately 26 course-weeks of shortfall in the core-competency subject matter identified in MPP/MPA Core Competencies, including shortfalls of 6 course-weeks in Leadership Skills and in Ethics, Rights and Accountability, 4 course-weeks in macroeconomic policy, and 3 course-weeks in each in Human Resource Management.

Professional Program Features: The Chicago MPP makes extensive use of current and former practitioners in its teaching. There are extensive professional development modules, career counselling services and co-curricular activities with a professional focus. There is a vast array of resources on the site of the Career Development Office (at, including resources for graduates. (Indeed, the site provides public access to a series of Career Development Guides, such as Effective Interviewing (at and Evaluating and Negotiating a Job Offer (at The Harris School has 9 research centres (listed at Human Potential and Public Policy; Data Science and Public Policy; Health Policy; Municipal Finance; Cultural Policy; Energy Policy; and Childhood Development.

Program Summary


University: University of Chicago

Location: Chicago, IL

Degree: Master of Public Policy

Marketing Approach: "The Harris School’s mission is to create and disseminate knowledge that will improve the quality of public policies around the globe and to educate the next generation of public policy leaders by equipping them with the knowledge and skills they will need to make better policy decisions." (At, accessed 6 March 2014)

Degrees Awarded per Year: 160. Estimate based on 2014 Class Profile of 161 Master's students at, accessed 19 May 2015. It is not certain from this reference if the 161 refers to MPP only or to all Master's degrees.

Academic Unit within University: The Harris School of Public Policy is a one of six professional schools within the university.

Related Academic Units and Degrees: Chicago’s graduate programs are listed, by graduate unit, at The Harris School offers a doctorate in public policy; four 2-year Master's degrees (Master of Public Policy (MPP); Master of Science in Computational Analysis and Public Policy (MSCAPP); Master of Science in Environmental Science and Policy (MSESP); Master of Arts in Public Policy and International Relations (AM/MA)); and three shorter programs: a one-year Master of Arts in Public Policy (AM); a one-year Master of Arts in Public Policy with a Certificate in Data Analytics (MACDA), a 15-month Master of Arts in Public Policy with Certificate in Research Methods (MACRM. 

Posted Fees: $48,362 ($44,088 tuition plus $1,014 student life fee plus $3,200 health insurance, plus $60 transcript fee) per year for 2015-16 (at, accessed 17 May 2015).

MPP Degree Requirements

Summary: Comprised of a core curriculum, distribution requirements, areas of focus and electives, the two-year MPP is a professional degree program designed for students who wish to gain a thorough training in public policy skills and issues.

To complete the MPP requirements, students in the two-year program must:

  • Successfully complete 18 courses (six quarters of residency) with quality grades
  • Take a minimum of twelve courses in the Harris School
  • Earn at least a C- in all core courses and distributional requirements
  • Have a cumulative grade point average of at least 2.7 at the time of graduation

Duration: 2 years (six quarters of full-time study).

Academic Prerequisite: The University of Chicago seeks candidates with the academic preparation, intellectual ability, experience, and motivation to undertake a rigorous program in public policy. While no specific experience is required, students with a strong liberal arts background and sound quantitative and analytical skills will be best prepared for the program. The Committee on Admission and Aid evaluates all official transcripts of academic work, personal essays, letters of recommendation, extracurricular activities and community service, performance on standardized tests, and special factors brought to its attention. The Committee considers each application on the basis of all materials submitted and does not automatically eliminate applications based on grade point averages or test scores.

Number of One-Semester-Equivalent Courses Required for Completion: 15.8 (18 quarter-based courses = 13.8 one-semester-equivalents, plus a required 10-week internship, counted as 2 one-semester-course equivalents) 

Note 1: Chicago uses a quarter rather than a semester system. We are using the an equivalency of one 4-credit hour Chicago Harris courses = 8/9 one-semester course equivalents (given that a full Chicago Harris course load appears to be 3 4-credit courses in each of 3 quarters each year and a full course load in semestered systems is typically 4 courses in each of two semesters per year). 

Number of Required Courses: 9 required quarter-based core courses (including the required 10-week internship, counted as 2 course equivalents) plus 3 required distribution courses 

Note 2. In addition to the required courses, the MPP has distribution requirements intended to provide students with a broad background in policy analysis, and are fulfilled by taking at least one course in three of the following five areas: economics, statistics and decision theory, political economy, political institutions, and management or organizational theory.

Number of Electives Typically Taken (difference between above two entries): 8 quarter-based courses (not including the 3 distribution requirement courses)

Number of Courses Offered within Program: 265 one-quarter courses

Comprehensive Examination: No

Thesis Required: No

Internship Required: Yes, most group internship opportunities accommodate three to four students and typically last ten weeks during the summer, during which time students are paid stipends from Chicago Harris and participating agencies.

International Study Required: No but cooperative programs available with Tel Aviv University, University Chile, and Yonsei University.

Co-curricular Activities Supportive to Degree

Professional Development and Career Support: The Harris School has a Career Development Office.

Student-run Journal: The Chicago Policy Review

Applied Projects: Several, see

Pro Bono Consulting: Not referenced on website.

Courses Offered: The full list of 2013-2014 courses is found at: In the Course Map below, required courses are indicated by (R). The links point to the descriptions on the Harris course listing site.

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.




Curricular Type Parameters

Number of Courses Required for Graduation


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


Policy-Oriented Subjects


Management-Oriented Subjects


Enrolment-Adjusted Course Distribution

Analysis and Skill Subjects


  - Policy and Management Analysis


  - Economic Analysis



  - Quantitative  and Analytic Methods


  - Leadership and Communication Skills


Institutions and Context Subjects


  - Democratic Institutions and Policy Process


  - Ethics, Rights and Accountability


  - Socioeconomic, Political, and Global Contexts


Management Function Subjects


  - Public Financial Management


  - Evaluation and Performance Measurement


  - Other Management Functions


Policy Sector Subjects


  - Macroeconomic Policy


  - International Development


  - Health


  - Other Policy Sectors




Competency Gap Analysis (in Course-Weeks of Instruction)

Course-Weeks in Core Subjects taken by Typical Student


Surplus or Shortfall Relative to Core Competency Requirement

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


  - Economic Analysis (CCR = 12)


  - Quantitative Methods (CCR = 12)


  - Analytic Methods (CCR = 6)


  - Leadership Skills (CCR = 9)


  - Communication Skills (CCR = 3 courses)


  - Democratic Institutions and Policy Process (CCR = 18)


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


  - Socioeconomic and Political Context (CCR = 6)


  - Global Context (CCR = 3)


  - Public Financial Management (CCR = 6)


  - Evaluation and Performance Measurement (CCR = 6)


  - Human Resource Management (CCR = 3)


  - Information and Technology Management (CCR = 3)


  - Macroeconomic Policy (CCR = 6)


  - Environment and Sustainability (CCR = 3)


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


Additional Parameters

Total Courses Listed


Courses Designated as Required (inc. Specialization Reqs)


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


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


Courses Required and Offered

Courses Required to Graduate


Required Courses


Elective Courses Taken by Typical Student


Elective Courses Listed


Enrolment Weight of Elective Course


Total Courses Listed


Course Material Online: Short course descriptions for almost all courses. Five of the core courses and a few of the elective courses have syllabi online.

Source: At and related sites (accessed 24 February 2015).

Page Created By: Matthew Seddon on 6 March 2014 and last updated by Ian Clark on 24 February 2015 and by Dave Marshall on 3 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. The content presented on this page, except for the assignments of courses to Atlas subjects, the Instructional Distribution analysis, and the Commentary is drawn directly from the source(s) cited above, and consists of direct quotations or close paraphrases.

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 C o u r s e s  O f f e r e d,  l i s t e d  b y  P u b l i c  P o l i c y  a n d  M a n a g e m e n t  S u b j e c t
Required courses indicated with (R); distribution-requirement option courses indicated with (D)

Analysis and Skills

 Policy and Management Analysis

  PPHA 31920: Decisions and Organizations (R) (D)
  PPHA 32600: Analyzing and Communicating Public Policy
  PPHA 32700: Persuasion and Policy Analysis
  PPHA 32720: The Future of Government (D)
  PPHA 35010: Practical Tools for Advancing Public Policy
  PPHA 39101: Public Policy in a General Equilibrium Context
  PPHA 40000: Policy Analysis and Planning
  PPHA 40100: Policy Analysis: Methods and Applications
  PPHA 43600: Developing and Executing Policy in the Real World
  PPHA 35410: Political Feasibility Analysis
  PPHA 35411: Political Feasibility Analysis: Winning Strategies in Public Policy (D)

 Economic Analysis

  PPHA 32300: Principles of Microeconomics and Public Policy I (R) (D)
  PPHA 32400: Principles of Microeconomics and Public Policy II (R) (D)
  PPHA 33901: Matching, Efficiency, and Inequality (D)
  PPHA 34221: Seminar on Public Policy and Economic Inequality (D)
  PPHA 41500: Intermediate Microeconomics
  PPHA 43900: Basic Demographic Analysis
  PPHA 44100: Advanced Microeconomics for Policy Analysis I (D)
  PPHA 44200: Advanced Microeconomics (D)
  PPHA 51500: Public Policy and Economics Workshop (D)

 Quantitative Methods

  PPHA 30101: Mathematical Methods for Public Policy: Algebra (D) (N/C)
  PPHA 30102: Math Methods for Public Policy: Calculus (D) (N/C)
  PPHA 31000: Statistics for Public Policy I (R) (D)
  PPHA 31100: Statistics for Public Policy II (R) (D)
  PPHA 31200: Mathematical Statistics for Public Policy I (D)
  PPHA 31300: Mathematical Statistics for Public Policy II (D)
  PPHA 34810: Mixed Methods Approaches to Policy Research (D)
  PPHA 35901: Using and Analyzing Urban Data
  PPHA 38520: GIS Applications in the Social Sciences (D)
  PPHA 39111: Introduction to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  PPHA 41400: Applied Regression Analysis (D)
  PPHA 41600: Survey Research Methodology and Analysis (D)
  PPHA 42000: Applied Econometrics I (D)
  PPHA 42100: Applied Econometrics II (D)
  PPHA 43800: Empirical Analysis II
  PPHA 43801: Empirical Analysis II
  PPHA 43802: Empirical Analysis III
  PPHA 45400: Longitudinal Data Analysis I
  PPHA 45401: Longitudinal Data Analysis II
  PPHA 48200: Analysis of Microeconomic Data I (D)
  PPHA 48300: Analysis of Microeconomic Data II (D)
  PPHA 48400: Analysis of Microeconomic Data III

 Analytic Methods

  PPHA 31900: Organization Theory and Public Management
  PPHA 32710: Theory of Organizations
  PPHA 33700: Cognitive Issues in Public Policy
  PPHA 34700: Cognitive Anomalies and Public Policy
  PPHA 34901: Introduction to Developmental Psychology
  PPHA 35000: Principles of Developmental Psychology for Public Policy
  PPHA 36201: Massive Change: Economics and Management (D)
  PPHA 37401: Organizations, Management, and Social Policy
  PPHA 41101: Political Economy 1: Introduction to Applied Game Theory (D)
  PPHA 41102: Political Economy II: Applied Intermediate Applied Theory (D)
  PPHA 41103: Political Economy 3: Testing Theories of Political Institutions (D)
  PPHA 41300: Cost-Benefit Analysis (D)
  PPHA 41800: Survey Questionnaire Design (D)
  PPHA 44900: Social Experiments: Design and Generalization
  PPHA 47300: Empirical Implications of Theoretical Models
  PPHA 41100: Formal Models in the Politics of Policymaking I
  PPHA 41900: Formal Models in the Politics of Policymaking II
  PPHA 44600: The National Longitudinal Survey of Youth: A Social Policy Research Tool (D)
  PPHA 47500: Advanced Topics in Political Economy
  PPHA 47700: Advanced Political Economy: Methods and Applications

 Leadership Skills

  PPHA 35020: Women and Public Leadership (D)
  PPHA 39301: Organizations and Leaderships
  PPHA 39330: Education Leadership, Policy and Philanthropy (D)
  PPHA 40010: Leadership and Modern American Politics (D)
  PPHA 50501: Chicago Urban Leadership (D)

 Communication Skills

  PPHA 36600: Writing for Public Policy Professionals
  PPHA 38610: Strategic and Communication Skills for the Political Arena
  PPHA 38611: Political Campaigns, Persuasion & Strategic Communications (D)
  PPHA 39210: Leading Through Persuasion: The Art of Communication

Multiple Subjects

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

  PPHA 50000: Public Policy Internship (Rx2)

Institutions and Context

 Democratic Institutions and Policy Process

  PPHA 30800: Political Economy for Public Policy (R) (D)
  PPHA 31400: The Political Economy of Weakly Institutionalized Settings
  PPHA 31600: Political Institutions and the Policy Process (R) (D)
  PPHA 39110: How Major Federal Policies are Developed: The Players, the Conversation, and the Results
  PPHA 39500: Law and Policy Making
  PPHA 39501: Law & Public Policy
  PPHA 43200: Political and Campaign Strategy (D)
  PPHA 44700: Separation of Powers and Public Policy
  PPHA 46800: Political Processes in Policy Formulation and Implementation
  PPHA 49000: Political Economics of Institutions

 Ethics and Accountability

 Socioeconomic and Political Context

  PPHA 30600: Principles of Developmental Psychology for Public Policy I: The Child in Social Context
  PPHA 30700: Principles of Developmental Psychology for Public Policy II: The Family
  PPHA 32501: Red State, Blue State: Opinion, Elections, and Representation (D)
  PPHA 33000: Distributive Politics
  PPHA 33101: Party, Ideology, and Policy in the United States (D)
  PPHA 33600: Inequality, Poverty, and American Politics
  PPHA 33710: Campaigns and Elections
  PPHA 33800: Politics and Policy in the States
  PPHA 34220: Seminar on Public Policy and Economic Equality
  PPHA 35110: Economic Demography and Public Policy
  PPHA 36210: Public Opinion and Public Policy (D)
  PPHA 36500: Demography of Aging/Life Course
  PPHA 37200: Domestic Politics and War
  PPHA 46400: Immigrants and Refugees in American Society
  PPHA 46500: Race and Ethnicity in American Political Life
  PPHA 55800: Perspectives in Social Welfare Politics

 Intergovernmental and Global Context

  PPHA 34120: Social Change, Civil Society, and Democracy in Israel
  PPHA 33501: Politics and Process in American Foreign Policy
  PPHA 34801: Advanced Topics in International Political Economy
  PPHA 36901: Federalism and Decentralization
  PPHA 38730: Terrorism, Insurgency & Civil War
  PPHA 39801: International Organizations in Theory and Practice (D)
  PPHA 39810: Advanced Topics in International Security
  PPHA 39820: International Security & Geopolitics (D)
  PPHA 42700: Managing Globalization
  PPHA 42900: Foundations of International Political Economy
  PPHA 43400: Analyzing International Policy
  PPHA 45200: Comparative Regional Integration
  PPHA 50900: International Policy Practicum

Management Functions

 Public Financial Management

  PPHA 32000: Finance (D)
  PPHA 32100: State and Local Finance (D)
  PPHA 32200: Public Finance and Public Policy
  PPHA 32230: Public Finance and Public Policy 1 (D)
  PPHA 32530: The Fundamentals of Municipal Bonds (D)
  PPHA 32900: Taxation and Public Finance
  PPHA 33601: Investment Management
  PPHA 34130: Public Finance and Public Policy 1
  PPHA 34210: Mini-Course: Credit Analysis and Debt Management (0.5)
  PPHA 34230: Public Finance and Public Policy 2
  PPHA 34400: Topics in Finance
  PPHA 36000: Budgeting and Financial Planning
  PPHA 36010: Public Budgeting (D)
  PPHA 36100: Accounting and Financial Information Systems
  PPHA 42200: Financing State and Local Governments
  PPHA 42500: Public Finance I
  PPHA 50811: Practicum: State and Local Budgeting (D)

 Evaluation and Performance Measurement

  PPHA 30602: Child and Family Policy and Evaluation (D)
  PPHA 34600: Program Evaluation (D)
  PPHA 38200: Cost Effectiveness Analysis
  PPHA 38701: Country Risk Analysis
  PPHA 42400: Measuring Public Value
  PPHA 44810: Advanced Methods in Comparative Effectiveness Research
  PPHA 45900: Advanced Methods in Program Evaluation (0.5) (D)

 Human Resource Management

  PPHA 35600: Public and Private Sector Collective Bargaining

 Information Management and Technology

  PPHA 38510: Information Systems and Technology in the Public Sector (D)

 Program and Service Delivery

  PPHA 36300: Managing High Performance Government
  PPHA 42300: Service Provision by the Local Public Sector

 Regulatory Policy and Management

  PPHA 37110: Competition Policy: Theory and Practice (D)
  PPHA 46300: Economics of Regulation

 Civil Society and Advocacy

  PPHA 33730: Firms, Governments & Activists: Business in the Non-Market Environment
  PPHA 39401: Non-Profit Organizations
  PPHA 45000: The Nonprofit Sector: Behavior and Viability of Civil Society Organizations
  PPHA 45100: Philanthropy and Public Policy (D)

Policy Sectors

 Macroeconomic Policy

  PPHA 38500: The Economics of Government Spending and Taxes
  PPHA 39402: Topics in U.S. Tax Policy
  PPHA 44000: Public Economics
  PPHA 34500: Macroeconomics for Public Policy (D)

 International Development

  PPHA 35201: Economics and Public Health in the Developing World
  PPHA 35210: Economics and International Health (D)
  PPHA 35501: Poverty and Economic Development (D)
  PPHA 37001: Poverty, Inequality, and Social Policy in Latin America
  PPHA 37002: Topics in Mexican Economic Public Policy
  PPHA 37020: State-Building and Failure in the Developing World
  PPHA 37500: Latin American Economies of Developing Countries
  PPHA 38600: Development Economics
  PPHA 44400: Development Economics: Latin American Topics
  PPHA 45600: Economic Development
  PPHA 50901: Youth Transition into the Labor Market in Morocco (D)

 Social Policy and Welfare

  PPHA 30601: Topics in Family and Child Policy: Policy and Research Frameworks
  PPHA 33301: Welfare Policy
  PPHA 35900: Parent, Child, and the State
  PPHA 36020: Public Sector Pensions
  PPHA 36110: Poverty, Inequality, and Government Policy
  PPHA 36701: Poverty, Inequality, and the Welfare State
  PPHA 40200: Race, Wealth, and Public Policy
  PPHA 40300: Migration and Immigration: Causes and Consequences
  PPHA 40310: Poverty and Social Welfare Policy (D)
  PPHA 40400: Fertility/Reproductive Health and Marital Status
  PPHA 40500: Transitions to Adulthood
  PPHA 40600: Economics of Child and Family Policy
  PPHA 40700: Developmental Perspectives on Child and Family Policy
  PPHA 40900: Work and Family: Policies to Promote Family Well-Being and Child Development
  PPHA 43100: Public Welfare Policy: Means-Tested Transfer Programs
  PPHA 50804: Practicum: Measuring Corporate Social Responsibility: A Case Study of Groupon
  PPHA 50810: Practicum: Top Box Food Survey Design (D)


  PPHA 35301: Aging and Health Policy
  PPHA 35400: Topics in U.S. Health Economics, Sociology, and Policy
  PPHA 36400: Principles of Epidemiology
  PPHA 37300: Health Law and Policy (D)
  PPHA 37510: The U.S. Health Care System (D)
  PPHA 37700: Topics in Health Policy
  PPHA 37800: Law and Economics of Health and Health Care Markets
  PPHA 37810: From Health Policy to Clinical Practice
  PPHA 37900: Health Outcomes and the Quality of Medical Care
  PPHA 38000: Health Status Assessment: Measurement and Inference
  PPHA 38101: Comparative Healthcare Systems & Pharmaceutical Policies: Lessons and Opportunities for Reform (D)
  PPHA 38300: Health Economics and Public Policy
  PPHA 38310: Health Care and Health Care Reform (D)
  PPHA 39510: Food and Drug Law (D)
  PPHA 40800: International Health
  PPHA 40810: Policy Interventions to Improve Children's Health and Human Capital (D)
  PPHA 41000: Health Human Capital
  PPHA 42401: Aging and Health Policy
  PPHA 42600: Long-Term Care Policy and Financing
  PPHA 44800: Advanced Applications of Medical Cost Effectiveness Analysis
  PPHA 46000: Applied Medical Cost-Effectiveness Analysis
  PPHA 46100: The Health Services System
  PPHA 46200: Special Problems in Health Care Management
  PPHA 47000: Advanced Health Economics (D)
  PPHA 47800: Inequalities and Health
  PPHA 47900: Fundamentals of Health Services Research: Theory, Methods, and Applications
  PPHA 48000: Health Promotion: Theory, Methods, and Applications
  PPHA 50809: Practicum: The Night Ministry Health Outreach Program (D)


  PPHA 30500: Education Policy and Reform
  PPHA 31510: Education Policy in an International Context (D)
  PPHA 33200: Poverty, Inequality and Investments in Education
  PPHA 34110: School Readiness: Child Development and Public Policy
  PPHA 34311: Mini-course: K-12 Education Policy
  PPHA 34312: K-12 Education Policy (D)
  PPHA 34910: The Context of Education Policy
  PPHA 36800: Higher Education and Public Policy
  PPHA 39300: Educational Organization and Social Inequality
  PPHA 43500: Educational Policies Regarding Curriculum and Testing
  PPHA 50805: Practicum: Cook County's Virtual High School Program: Assessing Participants Growth
  PPHA 50807: Practicum: Chicago Public Schools Charter School Renewal Process
  PPHA 51600: Workshop on Human Potential and Public Policy (D) (N/C)

 Employment, Labour and Immigration

  PPHA 38401: Labor Market Institutions and Unemployment
  PPHA 41700: Labor Markets and Public Policy
  PPHA 44300: Labor Economics
  PPHA 44310: Public Policy and the Labor Market (D)

 Cities, Urban and Regional Development

  PPHA 34000: Analysis of Regional Policy
  PPHA 34710: Housing Policy and the Crisis (D)
  PPHA 35801: Political Economy of Cities and Metropolitan Areas (D)
  PPHA 37210: Politics of Shaping Urban Policy (D)
  PPHA 37250: Adventures in Urban Economic Development (D)
  PPHA 38702: Urban Economics and Policy
  PPHA 50600: Urban Revitalization Project (D)
  PPHA 50806: Practicum: Metropolitan Planning Council Parking Demand Management Project
  PPHA 50808: Practicum: Urban Design and Policy: What is the Connection? (D)


  PPHA 32800: Environmental Economics
  PPHA 36920: Intro to Energy Economics & Environmental Policy (D)
  PPHA 38800: Environmental Policy
  PPHA 38900: Environmental Science and Policy (D)
  PPHA 39000: Topics in Environmental Policy
  PPHA 39901: Policy Approaches to Mitigating Climate Change

 Agriculture and Resources

  PPHA: Environment, Agriculture and Food: Economic and Policy Analysis

 Science, Technology and Innovation

  PPHA 38100: Economics and Public Policy Perspectives of Science and Technology
  PPHA 41210: Physics and Technology for Future Policy Wonks (D)
  PPHA 50400: Science, Technology, and Policy (D)

 Industry, Trade and Investment

  PPHA 35300: International Trade Theory and Policy

 Energy, Transport and Infrastructure

  PPHA 34310: Mini-Course: A Century's Quest for National Consensus on Energy Policy
  PPHA 36910: Wind Power and Ethanol Production in the Great Plains
  PPHA 36921: Energy Economics and Policy (D)
  PPHA 39201: Energy and Energy Policy
  PPHA 41010: Transportation Planning and Policy (D)
  PPHA 51700: Energy Policy Lab: Alternative Transportation Fuels (D)

 Defence, Security and Foreign Relations

  PPHA 31820: Security and Geopolitics of Pakistan
  PPHA 33210: Islam and the West
  PPHA 33400: U.S. National Security Policy
  PPHA 33411: U.S. National Security Policy
  PPHA 33510: Nuclear Policy (D)
  PPHA 35101: IIT China Studio I
  PPHA 35102: IIT China Studio II
  PPHA 36330: South Asia: Triumphs & Travails
  PPHA 36331: South Asia: Domestic and Foreign Policy Challenges (D)
  PPHA 42800: U.S. Foreign Economic Policy
  PPHA 42810: U.S. Foreign Policy
  PPHA 44500: Seminar on Military Policy and International Relations

 Policing and Justice Administration

  PPHA 36200: The Youth Gang Problem
  PPHA 37102: Crime Policy (D)
  PPHA 37600: Theories of Justice and the Common Good: A Philosophical Approach to Public Policy (D)

 Arts and Culture

  PPHA 36601: Culture in the Marketplace
  PPHA 36610: Art Worlds & Cultural Policy
  PPHA 37501: The Politics of Taste
  PPHA 39600: Introduction to Cultural Policy Studies
  PPHA 39610: Cultural Economics (D)
  PPHA 39701: Research Methods for Cultural Policy
  PPHA 39702: The Politics of Culture
  PPHA 39703: Hot Button Topics in Cultural Policy (D)
  PPHA 39710: Introduction to Cultural Policy (D)
  PPHA 39800: Cultural Markets
  PPHA 41200: Excavating Cultural Policy
  PPHA 43300: The Policing of Culture

 Financial Markets

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