Graduate Program in Public Management

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The Johns Hopkins Public Management Program is a public policy school affiliated with Johns Hopkins University in Washington, D.C.[1] The MA in Public Management emphasizes the fundamentals of public management: financial management, policy analysis, tax and budget policy, and public administration. The curriculum is designed for working professionals in the government and nonprofit sector.[2] Courses may be taken at a full- or part-time pace. The program is led by Paul Weinstein, and offers a 12 course Master of Arts in Public Management.[3] The program began in 2011 and combines a rigorous curriculum with faculty from academia, government, nonprofit, and the private sector.

Research Areas[edit]

  • Budget and Tax Policy
  • Education Policy
  • Health Care
  • Government Performance
  • Nonprofit Sector

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