The MPP/MS in Analytics dual degree program has a tuition structure that reflects acceptance of credits by each program from the other to fulfill a portion of each degree's course requirements. If both degrees are completed in four semesters plus a January term and summer term, the total tuition is $51,200 for full-time non-residents and $46,475 for NH residents. If the MPP and MSin Analytics were to be pursued separately, the cost would be $61,320 for full-time non-residents and $55,695 for NH residents.
Master in Public Policy and Analytics Dual Degree M.P.P./M.S.
Master of Public Policy and Analytics Dual Degree (M.P.P./M.S.)
Cutting Edge Data Management for Policy Impact.
Why get a dual master’s degree in public policy and analytics?
Our public policy and analytics dual degree equips you with the skills and knowledge required to analyze critical societal issues, develop effective policy solutions, and translate analysis into action. As public policy becomes more data driven, people with skills to thrive in both data science and public policy are increasingly in demand.
Why choose UNH’s public policy and analytics dual degree program?
As the first university in the United States to offer this innovative dual degree, UNH continues to set the bar high by enabling students to graduate with these two highly sought-after degrees in just two years. You can choose to start the program with either the Master of Public Policy or the Master of Science in Analytics and study a mix of content from both programs each year. A capstone experience will showcase your command of skills from each program. Both programs are offered in person on the UNH Durham campus, with selected experiential learning taking place offsite.
- Data scientist
- Government affairs
- Law enforcement
- Legislative staff
- Nonprofit management
- Policy/research analyst
- Public health