MUAPP General Information
Chicago, IL is one of the nation's most significant areas for research and career opportunities. At Loyola University Chicago, the Masters in Urban Affairs and Public Policy (MUAPP) Program is located in a diverse neighborhood and around a hub of local organizations. The following information will help you learn more about MUAPP Faculty, Handbook, internship and career resources, application requirements and deadlines, alumni highlights, and FAQs.
MUAPP Faculty are distinguished scholars that bring robust research, teaching, and professional experience to Loyola University Chicago. More information about their diverse disciplinary backgrounds and areas of research can be found in the MUAPP Faculty Members directory.
The MUAPP Handbook is a document that contains all the policies and procedures relating to The Graduate School and MUAPP Program. The version on this page is the most current version. As explained in the Handbook, the policies apply to all Loyola MUAPP students.
Internship and Career Resources
For students without significant professional work experience prior to starting the MUAPP Program, an internship is strongly recommended. In addition to listing useful Internship and Career Resources, more information is provided about Fellowship and Scholarship opportunities.
The following information will help answer questions about the MUAPP Program and JD/MPP Dual Degree Program Application Requirements and Deadlines.
The MUAPP Practitioner Series provides opportunities for students to learn and interact with experienced professionals working in closely-related public policy fields. The topics discussed are intended to facilitate a dialogue in a range of policy platforms, as well as to identify future development in a particular policy area.
Frequently Asked Questions
For more detailed information about the MUAPP Program, go to FAQs.
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