Master of Public Administration

Concentration in Policy Analysis and Analytics

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"I have the ability to look at various issues with a different perspective and manage the complex issues experienced at work, while understanding the big picture." - Adrian DeRyder, Norwich Graduate
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Redefine Public Policy Through Advanced Analytics

Learn to use innovative tools and research methods to help you plan and implement effective policies as a public administration leader. Our Master of Public Administration Online program with a concentration in Policy Analysis and Analytics can help prepare you to gather, synthesize and communicate critical data, and make strategic decisions based on sound analytics.

What Can You Learn?

Unlike other concentrations, the Policy Analysis and Analytics concentration requires one core course and five concentration-specific courses. In each concentration course, you will have a lab allowing you to work with government agencies and entities like The MITRE Corporation to analyze real data sets and produce an analysis of your results, suitable for publication in leading journals.

Announcing a New Collaboration with The MITRE Corporation 

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The College of Graduate and Continuing Studies at Norwich University is pleased and proud to announce a working relationship with The MITRE Corporation, a not-for-profit company that manages multiple research and development centers for the federal government. The purpose of this relationship is to build and enhance the policy analysis and analytics courses and experiences of the students by allowing them to work on problems and issues of interest to MITRE and its government sponsors.

Why Choose Norwich University?

Fill out the form on this page and find out why 89% of our graduates agree they are more effective at their job due to their MPA degree.*

*Data is from the 2014 Norwich University College of Graduate and Continuing Studies Alumni Survey fielded in March 2014.

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