The Master of Global Public Policy (GLPP) program is an executive program in partnership with USC-HKU designed for professionals in the public, private and nonprofit sectors around the world who have substantial experience in relevant professions and are eager to understand creatively solve complex policy problems that often lay at the intersection of the public, private and nonprofit sectors. The curriculum offers a rigorous and innovative look at increasingly complex policy issues that policy leaders face in today's fast-changing global economy with special attention to issues in Greater China that have global resonance. The GLPP curriculum weaves together a full spectrum of analytical competencies, a set of core orientations that focus on attaining economic and social impact through innovative policy solutions straddling the public-private divides, and a solid body of knowledge of policy themes that are significant in both China and globally. The program is delivered in an executive format with students completing the program in 15 months with a combination of in-person modules in Hong Kong, Los Angeles, and Beijing and online learning.
Requirements for Admission
Candidates for admission must have maintained a minimum B (3.0) average during their undergraduate degree work and 3-5 years professional work experience. International students must submit TOEFL scores. See Price webpage for more specific application information.