THE UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SCHOOL OF PUBLIC POLICY - INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE COURSE
The course will be offered in partnership with the Economics Department at Université Paris 1 Panthéon Sorbonne. Classes will be held in Paris, France from July 1-13, 2019 at the Pantheon-Sorbonne as well as the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). Some assignments will be due before and after the two weeks in Paris. It is an opportunity for students to learn the tools of program evaluation and apply them as they prepare policy analyses or research syntheses for real-world clients. Course topics include the preparation of policy analyses, evaluation methodologies for identifying the counterfactual, assessment of causal validity in research publications, and methods for synthesizing research.
This study abroad course is designed for doctoral, masters level, and advanced undergraduate students studying economics, public policy, public administration, and other social policy-related subjects such as education, international development, political science/governance, public health, social welfare, sociology, and urban planning.
The course is open to all graduate and advanced undergraduate students. Students must be in good academic and judicial standing and must not have any registration blocks. The minimum GPA for this program is 3.0 (unless otherwise approved by the program director).
Application Fee: 50 USD
Standard program fee: 3,800 USD
Enrollment Fee: 75 USD (for non-UMD students only)
The program fee includes registration and administration, tuition, housing, course related activities, and teaching services. Students are responsible for airfare, meals, and other incidental expenses.
Applications will be accepted through March 1, 2019
Students can register for the course at the University of Maryland’s Education Abroad website. Questions about the registration process should be directed to Ying Yin of the University of Maryland.
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