Georgetown Public Policy Institute - Academics - Master of Policy Management Degree - Dual Degrees

Dual Degrees

For the MPP degree, GPPI offers dual degree programs with Georgetown Law Center, McDonough School of Business, Walsh School of Foreign Service, and the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, as well as with the University of Geneva:

  • Master of Public Policy/Master of Business Administration (MPP/MBA)
  • Master of Public Policy/Master of Arts in Economics (MPP/MA)
  • Master of Public Policy/PhD in Government (MPP/PhD)
  • Master of Public Policy/PhD in Psychology (MPP/PhD)
  • Master of Public Policy/Juris Doctor (MPP/JD)
  • Master of Public Policy/ Master of Science in Foreign Service (MPP/MS)
  • Master of Public Policy/ Master of Arts in German and European Studies (MPP/MA)
  • Master of Public Policy/International Organizations MBA (MPP/IOMBA)

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