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High quality academic programs
The School of Public Policy and Administration at the University of Delaware currently offers five graduate degree programs.
Each graduate program then offers several specializations or concentrations so you can tailor your program to be exactly how you want to make a real difference.
The Master of Arts in Urban Affairs and Public Policy program is broad-based and flexible, allowing students to pursue a wide range of planning, policy, and research issues affecting the public and nonprofit sectors.
Our NASPAA-accredited Master of Public Administration program offers solid preparation for graduates to succeed in challenging professional careers in government and nonprofit administration and management.
The PhD in Urban Affairs and Public Policy program, one of the oldest in the nation, is research oriented and renowned for its interdisciplinary approach to policy analysis.
The Interdisciplinary MS in Disaster Science and Management includes a thesis and non-thesis option. The non-thesis option is intended to be a terminal degree.
The PhD in Disaster Science and Management is an interdisciplinary degree organized around thematic areas.
The specialization or certificate in Historic Preservation prepares professionals for the successful practice of historic preservation in public, private, and non-profit venues.