Duke University, Sanford School of Public Policy

Nonprofit or community organization sanford.duke.edu

Right now we don’t have any job openings, volunteer opportunities, or upcoming events.

Log in or sign up to be among the first to know when new openings or events are added!

About us

Master of Public Policy (MPP):
A two-year masters program designed for both students early in their career or mid-career professionals. A 39-credit dual degree option is available with law (JD), business (MBA), environment (MEM) and medicine (MD) either at Duke or UNC. The MPP program prepares students for public service in the government, non-profit or private sector: MPPadmit@duke.edu

Master of International Development Policy (MIDP):

The Master of International Development Policy is a one- or two-year professional degree designed for mid-career professionals with at least five years of professional work experience. We do not accept applicants who have just completed their undergraduate studies.  Additionally, if you are interested in the one-year degree program, you must have already completed at least one year of graduate level coursework, have a strong background in market-based economics and possess strong professional work experience. To see if you meet the minimum requirements for admission to the MIDP, please visit our website at http://dcid.sanford.duke.edu/admissions/midp .

PhD in Public Policy:
The PhD in Public Policy is an applied, interdisciplinary social science degree. Graduates of the program are prepared for professional positions in domestic and international public agencies, research organizations and policy consulting firms, and for academic positions in public policy, public administration and other policy-oriented schools. Contact PPPhD@duke.edu.


Contact information

Email: Log in to view email addresses.

sanford.duke.edu/ twitter.com/dukesanford facebook.com/duke.sanfordschool

Phone: 919-613-9205

Fax: 919-684-3702

302 Towerview Road, Box 90243, Rubenstein Hall, Durham, NC, 27708-0243, US

See map
Do you work for Duke University, Sanford School of Public Policy? Become an administrator