Master of Arts in Global Public Policy (MAGPP)
Suffolk’s Master’s in Global Public Policy deepens your understanding of the international landscape in order to develop the skills you need to launch a career in:
- International political economy
- International organizations
- Human rights and social justice
- International law
- Democracy studies
- Security studies
Reinforce Your Knowledge of International Relations
Our program provides a firm basis in political, economic, and international relations theory, as well as providing a set of practical skills vital to success for the international policy professional, including data analysis and policy writing. A required internship will give you experience in organizations based within or outside the United States, further strengthening your study of international relations and providing valuable networking contacts for your career.
This program’s experiential-based approach means that you will graduate ready to take up professional roles that make a real difference in institutions such as the United Nations, the Peace Corps, World Health Organization, World Trade Organization, Oxfam, Amnesty International, and other international development and human rights organizations.
MAGPP Program Overview
Fall: March 15 (Priority), June 15, then rolling
Spring: October 15 (Priority), then rolling
Learn more about the advantages of priority applications.
- Completed online application
- $50 Application Fee (waived for students who visit campus)
- Goal Statement (essay)
- Two letters of recommendation (learn more)
- All official transcripts from any college or university attended
- Official TOEFL, IELTS, or PTE-Academic Scores (international students only)
Cost of Graduate Study at Suffolk
Full-Time, per year
|Cost Per Credit (2019-2020)
For Part-Time students
***Suffolk University is pleased to offer both merit- and need-based financial aid to graduate students—these awards can be up to $15,500 per academic year. Merit-based aid is awarded based on the applicant's academic credentials presented on the admission application. No separate application is required for merit consideration.
"During my internship at the European Parliament, I was able to research and write policy memos and fact sheets, and edit speeches. The tools I learned at Suffolk made it easier to understand the policies being discussed."
Courses & Requirements
Learn more about the classes, requirements, and different options available to complete the program.