Faculty of Arts
Master of Public Policy (MPP)
The Master of Public Policy is an opportunity to focus on the field of public policy and develop your potential for leadership in the public sector.
See more about Public Policy.
The Master of Public Policy is available as a Research Masters or a Taught Masters.
- A Bachelor of Arts (Honours) with at least Second Class Honours, First Division.
- STATS 101 or an equivalent course (or have attained an approved equivalent qualification).
To be admitted to the Research Masters you must also have passed 30 points from POLICY 701, POLICY 702, POLICY 737, POLITICS 757, POLITICS 769.
Places for 2013 are limited to 25 students. Selection is based on Grade Point Average and an undergraduate major in a suitable background discipline.
- Research Masters: one year full-time or up to two years part-time.
- Taught Masters: one year full-time or up to four years part-time.
You can begin the degree in either Semester One or Semester Two.
To see the courses you may take and how to structure your study, refer to the Master of Public Policy schedule.