Master of Public Policy (#MPP) students now have an opportunity to declare a concentration in one of five policy areas. Learn more: http://myumi.ch/qgX10
I'm Paula Lantz, the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
A lot of our students want to develop really deep expertise in a specific policy area—and
that's why we've launched our five new policy concentrations.
I'm the faculty lead for our International Policy concentration.
I lead the Non-Profit & Public Management concentration.
I lead a concentration in Public Policy Analysis Methods.
I'm pleased to be the faculty lead for the Social Policy concentration.
I work on development, international development.
The Ford School is an amazing place to work on these issues and to learn how to be a professional,
a researcher, someone who makes things happen.
The new concentration option is a way to engage deeply with the issues that you care about.
I'm excited about working with students who are in the concentrations to help them craft
very well-tailored programs of study.
Expanding on your classroom experience and giving you a really deep understanding of
these crucial issues in the world today.
The University of Michigan is a very big university with 19 schools and colleges.
The concentration allows students to take a variety of courses—from economics, political
science, public health—to earn their concentrations and really expand the educational experience
that they're having here in Ann Arbor.