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Institute for Health and Social Policy

Master of Public Policy

MPP students

While research and practice are often viewed as separate cultures, the realities of the 21st century require policy students to develop skills in both.

Johns Hopkins’ internationally recognized MPP program offers an integrated approach that combines research and practice. Through courses in applied microeconomics, statistics, and our policy core, students will gain exposure to relevant theory, learn to identify important patterns and organize disorder to solve complex policy problems. At the same time, through policy projects, service-learning experiences and policy internships, students will learn how to apply their knowledge to succeed in a range of settings in the policy arena. 

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For program information, please contact:

Carey Borkoski, PhD
Hampton House, Room 382