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The doctoral program in public policy and administration is an interdisciplinary, research degree that prepares students to engage in rigorous scholarship that addresses the critical policy and administrative challenges of our times. We achieve this mission through providing a core substantive curriculum in the areas of public policy and public administration and management alongside methodological research training, and research and engagement opportunities with faculty and the research and public service centers in the Biden School.
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Provide scientifically and theoretically rigorous research training in policy and administration to prepare students for successful research careers.
This guiding principle reflects our desire to provide both interdisciplinary training in public policy and public administration, and rigorous methodological research training to prepare our graduates to conduct original research in the fields of public policy and public administration.
Prepare students to produce research knowledge that can address today’s most critical and relevant public policy and administration challenges facing our local, national, and global communities.
Equip students with the necessary translational skills and understanding to engage with communities and public policy and administration stakeholders in providing research knowledge and expertise to help answer significant policy and administration questions that have broad social impacts.
Promoting diversity in the composition of the faculty and students, the curriculum of the program, the co-curricular experiences provided, and the research and professional opportunities of faculty and students.
Ensuring equity in program resources, practices, policies, and outcomes for students and faculty.
Creating an inclusive, welcoming environment where all students and faculty can develop, learn, and thrive academically, socially, and professionally.
View the doctoral program plan of study.