The Georgetown Public Policy Institute and the Georgetown MBA Program offer a three-year program that leads to dual MBA/MPP degrees. This dual program is intended for students who are interested who seek to make an impact by collaborating across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
A Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree equips students with a set of core skills in policy analysis, program evaluation, management, and politics that prove valuable in many settings in both the U.S. and around the world. Governments, nonprofit, and private employers need highly-skilled, well-trained policy analysts who can dissect a problem, analyze and interpret data, and evaluate and create alternative courses of action. The MPP degree endows its practitioners with the analytical tools and critical discernment to tackle today’s most pressing policy questions.
Candidates seeking positions that require strong leadership skills, policy expertise, and a solid business foundation in careers in public policy, nonprofit management, international development, and the private sector, should strongly consider augmenting their graduate business studies with a Masters in Public Policy from the Georgetown Public Policy Institute.
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This program requires successful completion of 84 graduate-level credits. This includes, 45 MBA Credits (39 core, 6 elective) and 39 GPPI Credits (30 core, 9 electives) and an integrated masters’ thesis.
Business School Core Requirements:
• Structure of Global Industries
• Accounting Fundamentals
• Financial Markets & Corporate Decision Making
• Managerial Statistics
• Firm Analysis & Strategy
• Analysis & Reporting of Financial Info
• Marketing for Growth
• Leadership & Social Intelligence
• Analytical Problem Solving
• Global Business Environment
• Principled Leadership in Business & Society
Public Policy Institute Core Requirements:
• Statistical Methods for Policy Analysts
• Public Policy Process
• Regression Methods for Policy Analysis
• Public Finance
• Public Management
• Advanced Regression & Program Evaluation
• Ethics & Public Policy
Electives: Students choose additional electives from a wide range of options specifically relevant to their career interests.
Students enrolled in this dual degree program have access to the career services provided to students of both schools, as well as, Georgetown’s powerful alumni network.
Candidates considering the MBA/MPP dual-degree program also should contact the Georgetown Public Policy Institute: