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How Should I Choose My Public Policy Grad Program?

With so many grad school options, making four important comparisons by asking the right questions can help you decide where you should invest your time and money.

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Comparing our MPP to a Master's in Economics

Pepperdine School of Public Policy offers a Master of Public Policy specialization in Applied Economic Policy. Learn more about this unique program now!

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Why "Viewpoint Diversity" is so Important at Pepperdine SPP

Viewpoint Diversity is essential in shaping leaders. At the School of Public Policy, we seek to be a place where students can feel free to examine their own political opinions as they learn from others' perspectives.

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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.

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What is the Role of the "Public" in Public Policy?

Q & A with School of Public Policy Dean Pete Peterson (MPP '07) on how the Pepperdine Master of Public Policy degree program focuses on how the public can be better involved in politics and policy.

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What is Public Policy and Why Study It?

Dr. Ted McAllister answers the question"What is Public Policy?" and explains why its studying public policy is essential to Pepperdine's approach to educating policy leaders.