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Current accelerated integrated undergraduate/graduate master of public policy degree options include criminology, sociology, and political science.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked questions about The School of Public Policy's MPP program.
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Majoring in Sociology, Criminology, or Political Science at Penn State?
Consider the Accelerated Integrated Undergraduate/Graduate Master of Public Policy degree program!
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Lilliard Richardson joins faculty as inaugural program director; Christopher Witko also joins public policy faculty
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Chris Witko, associate director of Penn State’s School of Public Policy, discusses economic inequality on latest Democracy Works podcast
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2018 midterms turnout — a look back at which groups have been more likely to vote and what that means
2018's midterm election brought an estimated 113 million Americans to the polls, the highest total for a non-presidential election in U.S. history. As we continue to look at the demographics from exit polls, a look back at past voter turnout and a test of the hypothesis that the more the class bias in voter turnout is skewed toward the rich, the more likely we are to see income inequality, and less likely to see egalitarian legislation.
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Policy Profiles Series
The School of Public Policy will welcome professionals who have pursued careers in policy to take part in a series of virtual discussions about their professional experience. We'll talk about how they have leveraged their public policy training in their careers. Topics we will explore include — what they do, how their position impacts policy, what they have done to make an impact, and advice for students in their early public policy careers.
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