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MPP and MPA Programs

George Washington University, Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration 

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Program Summary

Website: http://tspppa.gwu.edu/  

University: George Washington University

Location: Washington, D.C., USA

Degree: Master of Public Policy (MPP) and Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Marketing Approach: "The Trachtenberg School's master's programs in public administration (MPA) and public policy (MPP) integrate theory and practice in scholarship, teaching, and service and embrace multiple perspectives for advancing critical analysis and practical knowledge of public policy and public administration. The Ph.D. in Public Policy and Administration offers a rigorous multi-disciplinary curriculum that prepares students for careers in university teaching and research, research institutions, federal, state, and local governments, and international organizations. Both the MPA and MPP are strong, valuable, recognized degrees. At GW, the basic structures (and amount of coursework) are virtually identical between the two degrees. However, the degrees do have distinctions in terms of the course emphases and recommended fields of concentration. The Trachtenberg School is one of only two universities in the nation to offer both the MPA and MPP degrees with accreditation from NASPAA, the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs and Administration." (At http://tspppa.gwu.edu/academics, accessed 12 June 2014.)

Degrees Awarded per Year: TBD

Academic Unit within University: Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration.

Related Academic Units and Degrees: The degrees offered by the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Administration are MPP, MPA and a PhD in Public Policy and Administration. The programs are listed at: http://tspppa.gwu.edu/master-public-policy-mpp

Posted Tuition: $1,515.00 per credit hour for the 2014-2015 school year. Tuition is charged by the credit hour; students pay for the courses taken rather than a flat semester/annual rate. This allows students to switch between full-time and part-time status.  The estimated average tuition and fees expenses for a full time student for two semesters (18 credits) is U.S $27, 270.

MPP Concentration/Curriculum OverviewThe MPP degree offered by GW’s Trachtenberg School is a 40-credit hour program. GW’s MPP program provides students with a solid foundation in economics, politics and research methods as applied to policy analysis generally, and with exposure to the range of policy problems in a specific policy field selected by the student.  The program consists of a seven-course core required for all students, a three-course field of study, and three elective courses. The MPP program provides a balance between a strong core of essential courses and the freedom to select and tailor a field of study.  This mix offers a balance between the coverage of general tools of policy analysis, and the policy issues and analytical approaches found in each of several specific policy areas.

MPP Degree Requirements

Summary: The Master of Public Policy (MPP) is a 40-credit degree program, divided into Core Courses (21 credits), Field of Study Courses  (9 credits) and Elective Courses (10) credits.

Core Courses: 4 Introductory Core Courses (PPPA 6002  Research Methods and Applied Statistics;  PPPA 6011  Introduction to Public Policy; PPPA 6013  Econometrics for Policy Research I; and   PPPA 6014  Economics in Policy Analysis) plus 2 of the 3 courses in Budgeting, Benefit-Cost and/or Evaluation (PPPA 6005  Public Budgeting, Revenue & Expenditure Analysis;  PPPA 6015  Benefit-Cost Analysis; and  PPPA 6016  Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation) plus PPPA 6019 Capstone.

Fields of Study: Each field of study consists of three courses. Students may select a concentration from the 10 fields developed especially for the MPP, choose a field from those often selected by MPA students or design their own individualized field with consultation and approval of a substantively appropriate faculty advisor. Available policy fields are: Budget & Public Finance; Education Policy; Environmental Policy; Health Policy; International Development Policy; National Security & Foreign Policy; Program Evaluation and Analysis; Regulatory Policy; Social Policy; and Urban Policy.

Electives: Students typically choose three 3-credit hour courses plus a 1-credit hour course, or independent study (such as PPPA 6098). Students who wish to study a special area of interest not covered by a course in the curriculum may elect to enroll in an independent study for course credit. Students choose unrestricted elective courses in consultation with their advisor.  The electives may be taken in any related program or discipline.

Duration: 2 years for full time. Students can complete the program on a part-time basis.

Academic Prerequisite: Bachelor's degree, some knowledge of college-level economics, statistics, and calculus is preferred. The application evaluation process considers a wide range of factors that indicate a student’s ability to succeed in the curriculum. Successful applicants typically meet at least two of the following criteria: GPA of 3.50 or higher; GRE scores at the 70th percentile or higher; Relevant work experience in an area of public policy, administration, or non-profit management.

Number of One-Semester-Equivalent Courses Required for Completion: 13.3 (40 credits)

Number of Electives Typically Taken: 3 Field of Study courses (9 credits) plus 3.3 electives (10 credits).

Number of Electives Offered within Program: Exact number of courses to be requested from the school. Students choose at least two unrestricted elective courses in consultation with their advisor. The electives may be taken in any related program or discipline. Students who wish to study a special area of interest not covered by a course in the curriculum may elect to enroll in an independent study for course credit.

Comprehensive Examination: No.

Thesis Required: No.

Internship Required: Yes. In addition to the internship, to ensure sufficient professional experience prior to graduation, we ask all students to complete a professional development plan (PDP) with the Director of Career Development Services in their first year of study

International Study Required: No, but an exchange partnership with the Hertie School of Governance allows students to pursue studies abroad  

Professional Development and Career Support: Yes.

Student-run Journal: Yes, Policy Perspectives.

Applied Projects:  Yes.

Pro Bono Consulting: Yes, as part of capstone project.

MPA Concentration/Curriculum OverviewThe Master of Public Administration degree is the recognized professional degree in public administration, public management, and public service. It is designed principally, but not exclusively, for those who are pursuing careers in public service. Graduates are employed in government agencies at all levels, national associations, public interest groups, research and consulting firms, and in the private sector. The MPA program provides an opportunity to study management and policy issues in an intergovernmental and intersectoral context. The program focuses on developing critical intellectual capacities, sound analytical skills, and a sensitivity to the ethical and value concerns that are central to the traditions of the field of public administration

MPA Degree Requirements

Summary: The MPA program consists of 40 credit hours. Students complete a common core and select specialized elective fields to tailor their coursework to their unique interests and career objectives.

Core Courses: (22 credits: PPPA 6000  Cross-Sectoral Collaboration and Governance in the U.S. Federal System (1 credit); PPPA 6001  Introduction to Public Service and Administration (3 credits); PPPA 6002  Research Methods and Applied Statistics (3 credits); PPPA 6003  Economics for Public Decision-Making (3 credits); PPPA 6004  Leadership in Public Administration and Public Policy (3 credits); PPPA 6005  Public Budgeting, Revenue, and Expenditures (3 credits); PPPA 6006  Policy Analysis (3 credits); PPPA 6009  Capstone Seminar (3 credits) PPPA 6097 Practicum in Public Administration (0 credits - Students cannot earn credit for internships but can register for this course if required by immigration regulations or their employer)).

Fields of Study: (9-12 credits: Each student selects a field of study consisting of at least three courses (9 credits). Many MPA students select one of the eight fields listed below. Others design their own individualized field with consultation and approval of a substantively appropriate faculty advisor; in addition, any of the MPP fields are possible in the MPA.The eight primary fields are: Budget and Public Finance; Federal Policy, Politics and Management; Homeland Security and Emergency Management; International Development Management; Managing State and Local Governments; Nonprofit Management; Policy Analysis and Evaluation; and Public-Private Policy and Management.

Electives: (6-9 credits: Students choose at least two unrestricted elective courses in consultation with their advisor.  The electives may be taken in any related program or discipline. Students who wish to study a special area of interest not covered by a course in the curriculum may elect to enroll in an independent study for course credit.)

Duration: 2 years for full time. Students can complete the program on a part-time basis.

Academic Prerequisite: 

Number of One-Semester-Equivalent Courses Required for Completion: 13.3

Number of Required Courses: 9 core courses (including practicum/internship) + 3-4 “Fields of Study” courses

Number of Electives Typically Taken (difference between above two entries): 2-3

Number of Electives Offered within Program: 

Comprehensive Examination: No.

Thesis Required: No.

Internship Required: No.

International Study Required: No, but an exchange partnership with the Hertie School of Governance allows students to pursue studies abroad  

Co-curricular Activities Supportive to MPP and MPA Degree

Professional Development and Career Support: Yes.

Student-run Journal: Yes.

Applied Projects:  Yes.

Pro Bono Consulting: Yes, as part of capstone project.

Co-curricular Activities Supportive to Degree

Professional Development and Career Support: Yes, at http://tspppa.gwu.edu/career-advancement.

Student-run Journal: Yes.

Applied Projects:  Yes.

Pro Bono Consulting: Yes, as part of internship.

Courses Offered: The full list of Core Courses is found at: http://tspppa.gwu.edu/master-public-policy-curriculum. These have been assigned to Atlas subjects in the map below. Required courses are indicated by (R).

Course Syllabi Online: An extensive collection of online syllabi is available at http://tspppa.gwu.edu/syllabi (accessed 29 May 2014).

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

 

GW

GW

MPA

MPP

I. Courses Required and Offered

a. Number of one-semester courses required for degree

13.3

13.3

b. Number of required courses

10

7

c. Number of elective courses taken (a - b)

3.3

6.3

d. Number of elective courses offered

133

136

e. Enrolment weight of elective courses (c/d)

0.03

0.05

II. Distribution of Courses (Enrolment-Adjusted) among Atlas

     Domains and Subjects

Tools and Skills

56.1%

49.6%

  - Strategy and Structure

8.1%

8.5%

  - Economic Analysis

15.4%

15.7%

 

  - Quantitative Methods and Management Sciences

9.4%

15.8%

  - Leadership, Communication, Professional Practice

23.3%

9.6%

Institutions and Context

18.8%

7.7%

  - Democratic Institutions and Policy Process

15.8%

2.1%

  - Ethics and Accountability

0.6%

1.0%

  - Social, Political, Global and Local Contexts

2.4%

4.5%

Management Functions

8.8%

12.3%

  - Public Financial Management

8.4%

6.9%

  - Evaluation and Performance Measurement

0.4%

5.5%

  - Other Management Functions

0.0%

0.0%

Policy Sectors

16.4%

30.4%

  - Fiscal, Monetary and Tax Policy

0.6%

1.0%

  - International Development

2.6%

4.9%

  - Health

1.9%

3.5%

  - Other Policy Sectors

11.3%

21.0%

                              Total

100%

100%

III. Number of Courses in "NASPAA-required Subjects" taken by

      Typical Student in NASPAA Required Competency Domains

Lead and Manage in Public Governance

1.74

1.12

Participate and Contribute to the Policy Process

2.62

2.06

Analyze, Synthesize, Solve Problems and Make Decisions

4.36

4.65

Articulate and Apply Public Service Perspectives

1.52

1.05

Communicate and Interact with Workforce and Citizenry

1.49

0.41

Total Course Equivalents taken in Required Competencies

11.72

9.28

IV. Ratio of Courses in "NASPAA-required Subjects" taken by

      Typical Student to Estimated Requirement for Competency

Lead and Manage in Public Governance

0.87

0.56

Participate and Contribute to the Policy Process

1.31

1.03

Analyze, Synthesize, Solve Problems and Make Decisions

1.52

1.63

Articulate and Apply Public Service Perspectives

0.85

0.59

Communicate and Interact with Workforce and Citizenry

1.09

0.31

Ratio of Total Instruction in Competencies to Amount Needed

1.17

0.93

Source: http://tspppa.gwu.edu/master-public-policy-mpp (accessed 8 March 2014).

Page Created By: Khilola Zakhidova on 9 March 2014; Dave Marshall on 9 June 2014; updated by Ian Clark on 15 June 2014 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.

 

GW Trachtenberg Course Map
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

Analysis and Skills

 Policy and Management Analysis

  HIST 6032  Seminar on Strategy and Policy (MPP)
  PPPA 6006  Policy Analysis (MPA R)
  PPPA 6011  Introduction to Public Policy (MPP R)
  PPPA 6077/IBUS 6202  Government Transformation: New Outcomes (MPA)

 Economic Analysis

  PPPA 6003  Economics for Public Decision-Making (MPA R)
  PPPA 6013  Econometrics for Policy Research I (MPA, MPP R)
  PPPA 6014  Economics in Policy Analysis (MPA, MPP R)
  PPPA 8022  Econometrics for Policy Research II (MPP)

 Quantitative Methods

  DNSC 6274  Statistical Modeling and Analysis (MPP)
  DNSC 6275  Advanced Statistical Modeling and Analysis (MPP)
  DNSC 6276  Exploratory and Multivariate Data Analysis (MPP)
  ECON 6291  Methods of Demographic Analysis (MPP)
  GEOG 6221  Geospatial Techniques (MPP)
  PPPA 6002  Research Methods and Applied Statistics (MPA R, MPP R)

 Analytic Methods

  ECON 6290  Principles of Demography (MPP)
  EDUC 8122  Qualitative Research Methods (MPP)
  MGT 6215  Conflict Management and Negotiation (MPA, MPP)
  PPPA 6015  Benefit-Cost Analysis (MPP 2R/3)
  SMPP 6213  Management of Strategic Issues (MPP)

 Leadership Skills

  EDUC 6368  Power, Leadership & Education (MPP)
  PPPA 6004  Leadership in Public Administration and Public Policy (MPA R)
  PPPA 6224  Leadership in Complex Organizations (MPA)

 Communication Skills

 Professional Practice

  PPPA 6009  Capstone Seminar (MPA R)
  PPPA 6019  Capstone Seminar (MPP R)
  PPPA 6097  Practicum in Public Administration (MPA R)
  SMPP 6297  International Management Experience: Sustainable Communities and Organizations (MPP)

Institutions and Context

 Democratic Institutions and Policy Process

  HIST 6011  History and Public Policy (MPP)
  PPPA 6000  Cross-Sectoral Collaboration and Governance in the U.S. Federal System (MPA R)
  PPPA 6001  Introduction to Public Service and Administration (MPA R)
  PPPA 6072  Legislative Management and Congress (MPA, MPP)
  PPPA 6075  Law and the Public Administrator (MPA)
  PSC 8217  Executive Branch Politics (MPP)

 Social and Political Context

  SMPP 6293/HIST 6322  American Business History (MPA)
  SOC 6268  Race, Gender and Class (MPP)
  WSTU 6240  Women and Public Policy (MPP)
  WSTU 6265  Women, Welfare and Poverty (MPP)

 Ethics, Rights and Accountability

  PHIL 6230  Ethical Issues in Policy Arguments (MPP)
  PHIL 6238  Feminist Ethics and Policy Implications (MPP)
  PPPA 6025  Ethics and Public Values (MPP)

 Intergovernmental and Global Context

  PPPA 6018  Public Policy, Governance and Global Markets (MPA, MPP)
  PPPA 6065  Federalism and Public Policy (MPP)
  PSC 6442  Politics and Practice of International Institutions (MPP)

Management Functions

 Public Financial Management

  ACCY 6701  Government Accounting and Auditing (MPP)
  PPPA 6005  Public Budgeting, Revenue & Expenditure Analysis (MPP 2R/3, MPA R)
  PPPA 6051  Governmental Budgeting (MPP)
  PPPA 6053  Financial Management in the Public Sector (MPA, MPP)
  PPPA 6054  Issues in Federal Budgeting (MPP)
  PPPA 6055  Contracting Out and Public-Private Partnerships (MPP)

 Evaluation and Performance Measurement

  EDUC 6381  Program Evaluation: Theory and Practice (MPP)
  PPPA 6016  Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation (MPA, MPP 2R/3)

 Human Resource Management

 Information Management and Technology

 Program and Service Delivery

 Regulatory Policy and Management

 Nonprofit Management and Advocacy

  PPPA 6031  Governing and Managing Nonprofit Organizations (MPA)
  PPPA 6032  Managing Fund Raising and Philanthropy (MPA)
  PPPA 6033  Nonprofit Enterprise (MPA)
  PPPA 6034  Managing Nonprofit Boards (MPA)
  PUBH 6325  Federal Policymaking and Advocacy (MPP)
  SMPP 6202  Business-Government Relations (MPP)

Policy Sectors

 Macroeconomic Policy

  ECON 6218  Survery of Intermediate Macroeconomics (MPP)
  ECON 6280  Survey of International Economics (MPP)
  ECON 6284  Survey of International Macroeconomics and Finance Theory and Policy (MPP)

 International Development

  ANTH 6301  Anthropology and Development (MPA)
  ECON 6250  Survey of Development Economics (MPP, MPA)
  ECON 6294  Topics in International Development (MPP)
  IAFF 6138  Topics in International Development Studies (MPP)
  IAFF 6358  Migration, Remittances & Development (MPP)
  IAFF 6505  Corruption, Development & Governance (MPP)
  IBUS 6303  External Development Financing (MPP)
  IBUS 6402  Managing in Developing Countries (MPP)
  PPPA 6057  International Development Administration (MPA, MPP)
  PPPA 6058  International Development and NGO Management (MPA)
  PPPA 6059  International Development Management Processes and Tools (MPA)
  PSC 8334  Democracy and Democratization (MPA)
  PSC 8336  Political Economy of Developing Areas (MPA)
  PSC 8337  Theories of Political Development (MPA)

 Social Policy and Welfare

  PHIL 6231  Economic Justice (MPP)
  PHIL 6242  Philosophy, Law and Social Policy (MPP)
  PPPA 8285  Poverty and Social Welfare Policy (MPP)
  PSC 8388  Comparative Social Policy (MPP)

 Health

  PUBH 6320  Advanced Health Policy Analysis (MPP)
  PUBH 6330  Health Services and the Law (MPP)
  PUBH 6335  Public Health and the Law (MPP)
  PUBH 6356  State Health Policy (MPP)
  PUBH 6362  Civil Rights Issues in Health Care (MPP)
  PUBH 6370  Medicare and Medicaid Law and Policy (MPP)
  PUBH 6399 Various Health-Related Administrative Law Course (MPA, MPP)
  PUBH 6400  Global Health Frameworks (MPP)
  PUBH 6435  Global Health Program Development and Implementation (MPP)
  PUBH 6364  Federal Budget Process for Health Policy (MPP)

 Education

  EDUC 6314  History of American Education Reform (MPP)
  EDUC 6371  Education Policy (MPP)
  EDUC 6388  Analysis of Education Policy Issues (MPP)
  EDUC 6601.10  International and Comparative Education (MPP)
  EDUC 6610  Policy Issues in International Education (MPA)
  EDUC 8320  Politics of Education (MPP)
  EDUC 8321  Economics of Education (MPP)
  EDUC 8322  Education Policy Implementation (MPP)
  EDUC 8323  Policies of Education Equity (MPP)
  EDUC 8325  Education Policy Design: Accountability (MPP)
  EDUC 8340  Methods of Policy Analysis in Education (MPP)

 Employment, Labour and Immigration

  ECON 6296  International Migration and Labor Markets (MPP)
  PUBH 6004  Env/Occ Health for Sustainable World (MPP)

 Cities, Urban and Regional Development

  ECON 8358  Urban Economics (MPP)
  FINA 6242  Problems in Real Estate Valuation (MPA)
  GEOG 6243  Urban Geography (MPP)
  PPPA 6043  Land Use Planning and Community Development (MPP)
  PPPA 6048  Financing State and Local Government (MPA, MPP)
  PPPA 6049  Urban and Regional Policy Analysis (MPP)
  PPPA 6042  Managing State and Local Government (MPA, MPP)
  PSC 8211  State and Urban Politics (MPP)
  PSC 8212  Urban Problems and Policy Analysis (MPP)
  SOC 6248  Race and Urban Redevelopment (MPP)
  SOC 6250  Urban Sociology (MPP)

 Environment and Sustainability

  EMSE 6240  Environmental Hazard Management (MPA)
  ECON 6237  Economics of the Environment and Natural Resources (MPP)
  ENRP 6101  Environmental Sciences I (MPP)
  ENRP 6102  Environmental Sciences II (MPP)
  ENRP 6140  Environmental Impact Statement Procedures and Environmental Law (MPP)
  GEOG 6230  Environmental Issues in Development (MPA)
  IAFF 6151  Environmental Policy (MPP)
  PHIL 6281  Environmental Philosophy and Policy (MPP)
  PPPA 6067  Environmental Policy (MPP)
  SMPP 6210  Strategic Environmental Management (MPP)

 Agriculture and Resources

 Science, Technology and Innovation

  PPPA 6066  Environment, Energy, Technology and Society (MPP)

 Industry, Trade and Investment

  ECON 6283  Survey of International Trade Theory and Policy (MPP)

 Energy, Transport and Infrastructure

  IAFF 6378  Oil: Industry, Economy, Society (MPP)

 Defence, Security and Foreign Relations

  ECON 6239  Economics of National Defense (MPP)
  EMSE 6300  Homeland Security: The National Challenge (MPA)
  EMSE 6305  Crisis and Emergency Management (MPA)
  EMSE 6310  Information Technology in Crisis and Emergency Management (MPA)
  EMSE 6315  Management of Risk and Vulnerability for Hazards and Terrorism (MPA)
  EMSE 6320  International Disaster Management (MPA)
  EMSE 6325  Medical and Public Health Emergency Management (MPA)
  EMSE 6330  Management of Terrorism Preparedness and Response (MPA)
  EMSE 6345  Disaster Recovery and Organizational Continuity (MPA)
  EMSE 6350  Hazard Mitigation in Disaster Management (MPA)
  IAFF 6160  Defense Policy and Program Analysis (MPP)
  IAFF 6163  Transnational Security (MPP)
  IAFF 6165  Fundamental of Intelligence (MPP)
  IAFF 6171  Introduction to Conflict Resolution (MPP)
  IAFF 6173  Security and Development (MPP)
  IAFF 6215  Conflict Management and Negotiations (MPP)
  PSC 6346  U.S. Foreign Policy (MPP)
  PSC 6348  Politics of U.S. National Security Policy (MPP)
  PSC 6349  Politics of International Security (MPP)

 Policing and Justice Administration

 Arts and Culture

 Financial Markets

 Other Policy Sectors


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