Law And Public Policy Specialization - Master of Public Administration (MPA)

Law and Public Policy

The Law and Public Policy specialization explores the relationship between statutes and case law and the impact that legislation and court systems can have on public policy. Explore fundamental legal concepts and current topics in law as well as U.S. Supreme Court cases that have had a major precedential effect on individual rights. As a student, you will gain an understanding of legal research and how it is used as a foundation to help support public policy. This specialization will introduce you to the legal challenges you may face as a leader and enable you to learn the strategic planning and organizational management skills you will need to help overcome these challenges.

Completion Requirements

  • 61 total quarter credits
    • Foundation course (1 cr.)
    • Core courses (40 cr.)
    • Specialization courses (15 cr.)
    • Capstone Seminar (5 cr.)

Estimated time to completion is less than 2 years. Time to completion may vary by student, depending on individual progress; credits transferred, if applicable; and prerequisite courses. For a personalized estimate of your time to completion, call an enrollment advisor at 1-866-492-5336.

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The program’s courses are 11 weeks in length and are delivered in a prescribed sequence.

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