Public Policy Degrees

Public policy degrees, public administration degrees and public affairs degrees are master and PhD level professional degrees offered by public policy schools. These include:

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Fascism - History - World War I and Aftermath (1914—1929)
... labour, industry, transportation, public health, communications, etc ... equal confidence in labour unions as in industrial executives and public servants, reorganization of the transportation sector, revision of the draft law on ... militia to serve defensive duties, nationalization of the armaments industry, and a foreign policy designed to be peaceful but also competitive ...
1890s - Economics
... Employers utilized race-based appeals to try to divide the workers and turn the public against the strikers ... The Board of Trade and the city's newspapers also began a campaign designed to create public hysteria ... The monetary policy standard supported by the candidates of the two major parties arguably dominated their electoral campaigns ...
Nazi Party - History - Origins and Early Existence: 1918–1923
... Greater Germanic Reich Heim ins Reich Lebensraum Master race Racial policy of Nazi Germany Völkisch equality Final Solution Concentration camps Deportations Doctors' Trial Extermination camps ... citizens, and that the party's socialist policy was meant to give social welfare to German citizens deemed part of the Aryan race ... The DAP did not attempt to make itself public, and meetings were kept in relative secrecy, with public speakers discussing what they thought of Germany's present state of affairs, or ...
Public Policy Degrees - Master's Degrees
... Master of Arts in International Policy Studies (MAIPS) Master of Public Policy (M.P.P.) Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) Master of Public Policy and ...

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