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The School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of
Delaware offers one of the most established graduate programs of its
kind in the country. This video highlights some of the school's past
alumni and current students sharing their thoughts about the school and
why their educational and career choices were important to them.
its 50th year, the graduate programs of the School of Public Policy and
Administration at the University of Delaware include: a Master of
Public Administration, MA and PhD Urban Affairs and Public Policy, a MS
and PhD in Disaster Science and Management, and a MA in Historic
Preservation. The School also offers two undergraduate majors, a BA in
Public Policy and a BS in Organizational and Community Leadership.
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