This election cycle and the policies passed in the last ten years and the next ten will have a special place in the history books. Now, more than ever, the United States and the world need policy-experts who are able to consume, interpret, and make informed decisions based on data that is growing exponentially. Come to Harris Public Policy and learn the skills necessary to become the next generation of policymakers.
Harris Public Policy offers a variety of certificate programs to qualify our students' expertise in navigating the policymaking process. Harris will prepare you to navigate all spheres of the political process from campaigns and elections to the Senate floor and international diplomacy. We also offer a number of Policy Labs to give you the experience of affecting policy while in school.
"When I was an undergraduate, I had the opportunity to intern in the US Senate in Washington, DC for a semester. This was what initially got me thinking about policy school. Being in the hub of national policy was exciting, thrilling, and made me want to learn more about the policymaking process – what worked and what didn’t, why did certain policies pass while others failed? These were the types of questions that I wanted to understand."
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Bipartisan Policy Center
Center for Policy Practice
Center for Survey Methodology
Institute of Politics
Journal of Political Economy
Program on International Politics, Economics, and Security
Program on International Security Policy
Program on Political Institutions
Project on Political Reform
Stigler Center for the Study of the Economy and the State
The AP | NORC Center for Public Affairs Research
Urban Policy Initiative