Master of Public Policy and Administration
The Master of Public Policy and Administration (MPPA) at Cal Lutheran is a comprehensive, multidisciplinary approach to public affairs education. This is a unique hybrid program designed to illuminate both sides of the work needed to create and manage public policy.
Let us know you're interested and we'll reach out to answer your questions. You'll also receive more information about financial aid options.
Join us for an open house reception to learn more about our programs and get answers to your individual questions in an informal setting. Wednesday, July 26, 2017, from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. at The Stonehaus in Westlake Village. This event is open to all prospective School of Management students.
Sacramento Policy Institute: State Politics and Govt. (Spring Term)
This course, centered around a four-day State Capital seminar in Sacramento, provides a multi-perspective examination of policy development processes and pressures by way of first hand observation and interaction with the institutions and influences at work to develop state policy.
Access to Public Leaders
You'll meet, interact and collaborate with influential California political figures, including:
- State Senator Fran Pavley
- State Assembly Member Jeff Gorell
- State Assembly Member Jacqui Irwin
- Former State Senator Tony Strickland
- And many others!
Faculty with Experience
The MPPA program is an interactive academic experience in classes that average fewer than 15 students.
You will receive instruction and mentoring from faculty members with real-world expertise and accomplishments in the fields of labor relations, law, public policy, criminal justice, ethics, budgeting and finance, immigration policy, human resource management, health care, and more.
The Masters of Public Policy and Administration classes effectively balanced the theoretical aspects of public policy and public administration with real-world application. The result was an education that gives me another analytical framework to approach difficult situations that I see every day in law school.