MSCAPP alumni are working around the world to bring modern technology to bear on the societal problems that matter most.

The Master of Science in Computational Analysis and Public Policy (MSCAPP) degree prepares graduates for a career at the intersection of public policy and data science.

secured employment*
countries represented
domestic underrepresented minority students
hold advanced degrees

Making a Global Impact

Amazon Blackstone New York Times NYC Mayor's Office Deloitte World Bank

Average Salaries by Sector

Public/Government Agency
"Whether it's supporting work on improving the visitation process at jail or assigning language interpreters to poll sites, strong programming and statistical knowledge through CAPP has helped me identify various approaches to solving local issues that are not only transparent and interpretable, but also meet the needs of New Yorkers effectively."
Faraz Ahmed, MSCAPP'18
Data Scientist
NYC Mayor's Office of Data Analytics

Average Years of Work Experience

including internships, prior to attending Harris

0-1 Years
1-3 Years
3-5 Years
5+ Years

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Secured Employment
*Of the 57 MSCAPP students who graduated between July 2020 and June 2021, 52 (91 percent) reported employment information. Data in this report is based on survey results from responding graduates, as well as other sources. Out of the 52 graduates who reported employment information, 49 (94 percent) sought employment and 3 did not seek employment for reasons such as continuing education or starting a company. Out of 49 students seeking employment, 46 (94 percent) accepted employment.

Salaries by Sector
39 candidates from cohort graduated in 2021 who have secured full-time jobs reported salary outcomes.

Average Years of Work Experience
Due to rounding, numbers add up to 101 percent.