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High-speed Rail

California's High Speed Rail Looks More Precarious than Ever

Carson Bruno (MPP '12) examines California's high-speed rail from a California-policy perspective.

Dean Peterson and SPP students - Give2Pepp Day 2019

Support SPP on Give2Pepp Day 2019

The Pepperdine School of Public Policy asks for your participation and support at this year's Give2Pepp Day, Pepperdine's annual 37-hour day of giving taking place on March 6, 2019.

Hans Zeiger (MPP '09)

How a Pepperdine MPP Degree Prepares you for a Career in Elected Office

Hans Zeiger (MPP '09) shares how a Master of Public Policy degree from the Pepperdine School of Public Policy prepared him for a career in elected office.

SPP alumni Troy Senik

How a Pepperdine MPP Degree Prepares you for a Career at a Think-Tank

Troy Senik (MPP '07) shares how a Master of Public Policy degree from the Pepperdine School of Public Policy prepared him for a career at a think-tank.

Hattie Mitchell, Pepperdine School of Public Policy Alumni

How a Pepperdine MPP Degree Prepares you for a Career in Education Policy

Hattie Mitchell (MPP '12) shares how a Master of Public Policy degree from the Pepperdine School of Public Policy prepared her career in education policy.

Lance Christensen

How a Pepperdine MPP Degree Prepares you for a Career in State Government

Lance Christensen (MPP '04) shares how a Master of Public Policy degree from the Pepperdine School of Public Policy prepared his career in the state government.

Washington, DC

How to Get a Public Policy Job in DC

Alumnus Rich Danker (MPP/MBA '10) provides tips and advice on how to secure a public policy job if you are looking to head to the nation's capitol.

Sean Whitney - Pepperdine University

How Business and Public Policy Shape One Another

Q & A with Sean Whitney (MPP '15), health policy analyst at Anthem, on his experience in a highly-regulated industry and how he has navigated the intersection between business and public policy with his unique skill set.