The Master of Public Affairs (MoPA) provides students with the knowledge, training and skills needed for effective political action by merging hands-on experiences with rigorous graduate seminars and courses.
Students apply their skills outside of the classroom setting to create positive change in their communities through the political process. The MoPA Program is ideal for people who wish to translate an interest in public affairs and politics into a career in public service for the common good. MoPA students pursue careers in grassroots and community organizing, campaign strategy and management, governmental relations, lobbying and advocacy, strategic communications, government and public agencies, journalism and teaching.
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Cook and Latterman lead the Bay Area in public opinion and policy analysis...
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