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Department Rankings

The Association for Public Policy Analysis and Management has an online Guide to Public Policy Education and Organizations that provides information on academic public policy programs.

U.S. News & World Report Rankings of
Master's Programs in Public Affairs (2004).

Includes M.P.A. (Master of Public Affairs or Master of Public Administration), M.P.P. (Master of Public Policy), and M.P.M. (Master of Public Management) degrees.

Rankings "are based on two broad types of data-expert opinion about program quality and statistical indicators that describe the strength of a school's faculty, its research, and the performance of students both as they enter and leave."

1. University of California - Berkeley
2. Harvard University
3. University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
4. Carnegie Mellon University
5. Duke University
6. Syracuse University
7. University of Chicago
8. Princeton University
9. University of Texas - Austin
10. Georgetown University




U.S. News & World Report Rankings of
Master's Programs in Non-Profit Management (2004).

Rankings "are based on two broad types of data-expert opinion about program quality and statistical indicators that describe the strength of a school's faculty, its research, and the performance of students both as they enter and leave."

1. Indiana University - Bloomington
2. Syracuse University
3. Harvard University
4. University of Georgia

5. Indiana University-Purdue University–Indianapolis
6. University of Minnesota–Twin Cities
7. University of Southern California
8. Johns Hopkins University
9. New York University
10. Seton Hall University

I got this from here.
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