Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy/University of Virginia
Garrett Hall, 235 McCormick Road
PO Box 400893
The mission of the Batten School is to educate leaders who understand the responsibilities and opportunities of service to the public and can help bring about transformational change. The School, through its instructional, research, and outreach programs, contributes in important ways to public deliberation and enlightenment on the great domestic and international issues of each age. The Batten School trains students in critical leadership skills, and in the analytics and substance of policy. Its programs inspire students to act vigorously, effectively, and ethically on behalf of the common good. Faculty are committed to teaching the use of rigorous analysis, the subtle understanding of political, social and economic context, and the exercise of creative personal and organizational leadership to initiate change in an increasingly diverse world.
Students at the Batten School earn a Master of Public Policy degree.
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