Students complete a minimum of 32 units for the Master of International Public Policy and Management (MIPM) degree. There are five core courses (18 units) taken by all students in the IPPAM program and 14 units in an area of concentration chosen by the student. IPPAM is designed to provide a solid foundation for policy, planning and management applied to a wide range of social sectors. The areas of specialization are developed through the selection of a master's project, three elective courses and in the design of relevant projects in the core courses. The core courses are:

  1. Applied Statistics for Planning, Policy and Managemen
  2. Economics for Policy, Planning and Development
  3. International Public Policy and Management Seminar
  4. Policy and Program Evaluation
  5. Applied International Policy Analysis and Management Project