“I currently work as an International Program Specialist for the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Foreign Agricultural Service, where I manage international school meal projects in Ethiopia, Guatemala, and Nepal.”
“The program’s intense format has allowed me to compress my coursework into 15 months instead of two years to minimize my time out of the workforce—a key consideration for me and my family.”
The Global Policy Residency is the capstone project of the Master of Arts in Global Policy (MAGP). Students tackle a policy challenge in a foreign country, analyze it in a comparative context, and propose recommendations […]
The Master of Arts in Global Policy (MAGP) hosted a three-day leadership residency in Richmond, Virginia at the end of August 2017.
“Through its alternating weekend schedule and small, cohort-based classes, I am pursuing an immersive graduate school experience while continuing to advance my career goals.”
“The selection of courses offered by the school have deeply supplemented my job experience and provided valuable perspective with which I can better represent my country.”
“Seeing how political reform could shape a nation sparked my desire to help eliminate inequality by promoting the freedom, prosperity and dignity of all people.”