Public-Policy Analysis

Ranked in 2012, part of Public Affairs

Earning your M.P.P. degree will strengthen your leadership and analytical skills, preparing you for a job in government or public organizations. These are the top schools for public-policy analysis.

Rank School name
#1 University of California—​Berkeley (Goldman)

Berkeley, CA

#2 Harvard University (Kennedy)

Cambridge, MA

#3 University of Michigan—​Ann Arbor (Ford)

Ann Arbor, MI

#4 University of Chicago (Harris)

Chicago, IL

#5 Princeton University (Wilson)

Princeton, NJ

#6 Duke University (Sanford)

Durham, NC

#7 Carnegie Mellon University (Heinz)

Pittsburgh, PA

#8 Syracuse University (Maxwell)

Syracuse, NY

#9 Indiana University—​Bloomington

Bloomington, IN

#10 University of Wisconsin—​Madison (La Follette)

Madison, WI

#11 University of Texas—​Austin (LBJ)

Austin, TX

#12 University of Southern California (Price)

Los Angeles, CA

#13 New York University (Wagner)

New York, NY

#13 University of Washington (Evans)

Seattle, WA

#15 Georgetown University

Washington, DC

#16 University of Maryland—​College Park

College Park, MD

#17 University of California—​Los Angeles (Luskin)

Los Angeles, CA

#17 University of Minnesota—​Twin Cities (Humphrey)

Minneapolis, MN

#19 George Washington University (Trachtenberg)

Washington, DC

#20 Ohio State University (Glenn)

Columbus, OH

#20 University of Georgia

Athens, GA

#20 University of Kentucky (Martin)

Lexington, KY

#20 University of North Carolina—​Chapel Hill

Chapel Hill, NC

#24 Cornell University

Ithaca, NY

#24 George Mason University

Fairfax, VA

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