Majoring in Sociology or Criminology at Penn State?

Consider the Accelerated Integrated Undergraduate/Graduate Master of Public Policy degree program!

The Master of Public Policy (MPP) is a professional degree that imparts the skills necessary to understand the policy process, to design and analyze public policy. The MPP builds on the knowledge students learned in Sociology and Criminology to prepare graduates for careers in government, non-profit leadership, lobbying, think tanks, private sector jobs, and more.

The Accelerated Integrated Undergraduate/Graduate (IUG) Master of Public Policy (MPP) degree program helps students get their master's in as little as one additional year of study. Required Sociology and Criminology classes will double count as classes for the specialization credits in the MPP program. 

For more information, email publicpolicy@psu.edu today!