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Build a future
on a legacy of
bold, fearless action.

Do you have the passion, imagination and drive to attack complex policy problems? Join the community ready to engage, lead and get it done.

LBJ Washington Center

With our latest degree offering, a career in Washington is only 18 months away. The DC Concentration MPAff and MGPS programs include a
6-month, 32 hours per week Policy Apprenticeship with a public, private, non-profit or non-governmental organization.

What’s Next?

Energized by ideas and enriched by knowledge
and practical experience, our students are
entering jobs in international, federal, state and
local government, non-profits, private industry,
the military and education. Click here to see
what’s next for some of our 2016 graduates.

Personalize Your Experience

We offer a 7:1 student-to-faculty ratio, 17 dual
degrees
(including UT Law and McCombs School
of Business
), 9 specializations, 7 affiliated
research centers and a 400-hour internship
placement to personalize your career path.

Why Austin, Texas?

There is no better place in the world to see real-life policy implications than in Austin. Ranked No. 1 on Forbes’ "America's Cities of the Future", No. 8 on Bloomberg Businessweek’s “America’s 50 Best Cities” and the fastest growing large U.S. metro economy according to the U.S. Conference of Mayors, this capital city provides a complete learning laboratory where innovations are occurring at a rapid pace in key policy areas such as trade, energy, health care, poverty, immigration and technology.

We are the only public policy graduate program connected to a Tier I research university, a presidential library, in the world’s 12th largest economy, next to the longest foreign border in the U.S. This is the world’s modern policy laboratory. It’s the arena we call home.

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