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Learn what you need to make a difference
Every master’s program at the O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs shares the same goal—to prepare you to make a difference and be ready for a meaningful career.
In each of our degrees, you’ll benefit from a rigorous curriculum and a variety of co-curricular opportunities designed to expand your skills—from practicums to capstones, doing real work for real clients.
And you’ll do it all at a top-ranked school.
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Consider a dual degree
Get more education in less time with a dual degree—earning two master's degrees in less time than it would take to earn each degree separately. Combine your MPA with a MAAA or an MSES degree and further your career possibilities.
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Top rankings by U.S. News & World Report for 2023
#1Master of Public Affairs (MPA)
#1ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND MANAGEMENT
#2Public Management and leadership
#2 PUBLIC POLICY ANALYSIS
#6Health Policy and management
#9Local Government Managment
Work with professors who are leading the way
Our more than 100 full-time faculty members are experts in their fields—dedicated to advancing knowledge and committed to guiding you on your path to leadership.
Learn in an environment dedicated to your advancement
Your education doesn’t end when you leave the classroom. You’ll find many opportunities to expand your skills and gain experience for your resume at the O’Neill School and through partnerships we’ve built.
You can perform field research, assist community organizations, and complete an internship or further study—locally, nationally, or abroad—and that’s just the beginning. Our Career Hub will support you in your career search, during your graduate program and long after when you become one of our more than 37,000 proud alumni.