Come together – small SPP program has unique “executive cohorts” for students The Master of Science in Organization Development and Knowledge Management (ODKM) Program is one of the School of Public Policy’s smaller programs, with a unique “executive cohort” format. Students in cohorts begin their studies at the same point and complete courses in sequence […]

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August 8, 2010

Career Services offers many resources for job-seeking students The George Mason University School of Public Policy offers a large scope of career services. Duane Bradshaw, director for Career Development and Alumni Relations, provides assistance by directing workshops and information sessions each semester. The SPP Career Center manages an online job search and recruiting tool, SPP […]

Robust program combines policy and administration skills The Masters of Public Administration (MPA) program is a 36-credit course for individuals who are interested in taking on a leadership role within organizations that promote and implement public policy.  The program offers prospective students both MBA and public policy training. The MPA program teaches students how to […]

Keep your friends close, keep ICAR closer One of the more unique schools at George Mason University’s Arlington Campus is the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (ICAR). ICAR has several academic programs: Undergraduate, masters, doctoral and a graduate certificate. “ICAR is smaller than the other George Mason schools, and it does not have as […]

Now and Then – A Profile of the GMU School of Law The still silence that I had expected turned out to be a studious low hum of students collected in small groups.  It perforated throughout the hall upon entering George Mason University’s School of Law. The School of Law resides in a uniquely shaped, […]