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Focus California Policy Perspective--California's High Speed Rail Looks More Precarious than Ever

Carson Bruno (MPP '12), assistant dean and adjunct faculty at the Pepperdine School of Public Policy, examines California's high-speed rail from a California-policy perspective.

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.

How Pepperdine's MPP Prepares Leaders in Government, Business, and Nonprofits

The School of Public Policy prepares cross-sector public leaders who work across differences and create sustainable policy solutions.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.