Advanced Professional Certificate in Public Policy Analysis
This certificate draws from NYU Wagner’s top-ranked Policy program to deepen students’ understanding of the way in which public policy and political realities interact at the national, state, and local levels. It provides students with a fundamental understanding of the tools necessary to conduct public policy analysis, program evaluation, cost-benefit analysis, multivariate regression, and the criteria to assessing the need for government intervention.
Students must complete 12 credits to obtain this Certificate (courses are 3 credits unless otherwise noted).
Students must choose electives for the certificate from the following list of courses:
- PADM-GP 2411 Policy Analysis and Formation
- PADM-GP 2140 Public Economics and Finance
- PADM-GP 2171 Program Analysis and Evaluation
- URPL-GP 2415 Public Policy and Planning in New York
- PADM-GP 2902 Multiple Regression and Introduction to Econometrics
- PADM-GP 2875 Estimating Impacts in Policy Research
Students must waive the following courses if they are prerequisites to any of the above elective courses a student wishes to take toward the certificate. If students are unable to waive the course(s), only one course from the list below may count toward the certificate and other courses would need to be completed in addition to the certificate.
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