Master of Arts in Social Policy
SUNY Empire State College
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The 30-credit Master of Arts in Social and Public Policy program draws students who are committed to social change, are open and often experienced. The program helps prepare graduates for advanced careers within government and nongovernmental settings involving public policy, advocacy, health care, human services, philanthropy, policy research and analysis, policy implementation, public administration, and community work.
Our students can specialize in any of the following areas which include but are not limited to: public administration, human services, health care policy, poverty alleviation, education, restorative justice, child welfare, or aging, through the program's general or public administration concentrations.