Graduate Study Opportunities
Contact Dean Hammer for information on graduate study in Political Science, Public Policy, Public Health, Public Administration, and International Affairs. Check out Graduate Study for general information about what you do in graduate programs in Public Policy, Public Administration, and International Affairs. This link also contains suggestions for how to prepare for graduate study.
Check out Graduate Programs for ideas on different graduate programs in Public Policy, International Affairs, Public Administration, and Urban Planning.
The links below contain information about different programs in Public Policy, Public Administration, and International Affairs. The information is based on comments from our graduates who have attended these programs as well as my conversations with, and visits to, these programs.
- Duke University Terry Sanford Institute Public Policy
- Georgetown University School of Public Policy
- Harvard University Kennedy School of Government
- Princeton University Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs
- Tufts Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy
- University of North Carolina Institute of Government
- University of Pennsylvania Fels Center of Government
- University of Pittsburgh Graduate School of Public and International Affairs
We continue to have considerable success placing students in Public and International Affairs Graduate Programs. Over the last few years, graduates have been accepted at such prestigious programs as the Kennedy School (Harvard), the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs (Princeton), the Fletcher School at Tufts, the University of Michigan School of Public Policy, the public policy and environmental studies programs at Duke, the public health program at Johns Hopkins University, the urban planning program and the Fels Center for public policy at University of Pennsylvania, the London School of Economics, the Eagleton Institute at Rutgers, and the University of Pittsburgh.
Graduates have also been accepted at a variety of excellent Ph.D programs in Political Science, including Stanford, Columbia, Duke, Princeton, and Rochester.