Lead your organization through today's complex policy challenges.

If you're a mid-career professional (typically 5–15 years of experience) and want to hone your data analysis and analytical skills and gain a perspective on public policy as you take on more leadership responsibility, there's no better choice than the Harris Public Policy Evening Master's Program.

Structure and Approach

The Evening Master’s Program takes just 15 months to complete. Courses are offered in the evenings, and there will be one Saturday session per quarter. You can request information for our next session that will begin in Spring (March) of 2023. 

Students earn an MA in public policy. The curriculum provides a foundation in the fundamentals of data analytics, economic analysis, leadership, and the strategic foundations of public policy.

Classes leverage Harris' policy expertise and focus on the full spectrum of policy areas for which Harris is known. All classes are taught by Harris faculty—including John Burrows and Jeff Grogger—and leverage the exacting research and evidence-based approaches that help produce positive social impact.

EMP Curriculum broken down by quarter
EMP Curriculum
Anjali Adukia

Assistant Professor

Anjali Adukia

Anjali Adukia’s research is focused on understanding factors that influence educational decisions and the potential role for institutions, such as government agencies and nonprofit organizations, to improve child outcomes, particularly at the intersection of education and health.