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Assistantships Available for a Ph.D. in Public Policy at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Tuesday, 18 April 2017 11:45

This is an alert that we have some remaining assistantships to fund Ph.D. students for study to begin in Fall 2017.

Our program provides interdisciplinary training in a variety of public policies, focusing on urban policy. Our program features a strong training in policy analysis, advanced statistical methods, and substantive policy areas. Students also have the opportunity to learn methodology for big data analytics.

If you have some training in Economics and hold a Masters degree (Public Administration, Political Science, Economics, Geography, or Sociology), apply today for a position in our Fall 2017 cohort.

For information, please contact Dr. Martha Kropf, Interim Director of the Public Policy Ph.D. program at 704-687-7332 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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