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The Cornell Institute for Public Affairs (CIPA) offers a two-year program of graduate study leading to the Master of Public Administration (M.P.A.) degree.
A Cornell MPA Can Help You Succeed
CIPA offers remarkable flexibility to enable you to meet your goals. Building on a foundation of coursework essential for all aspects of public affairs, you can choose a concentration with a program of courses and experiences designed to be most meaningful to you. You will have the entire university open to you--Cornell's exceptional faculty, cutting-edge research, and engaged alumni from all academic disciplines and fields of endeavor.
CIPA Offers You Eight Different Concentration Options:
Gain Hands-on Experiences
At CIPA you will be challenged to apply your knowledge and skills to real-world clients and situations. You will find an array of substantive, hands-on opportunities--both domestic and international. Because many of the most challenging and rewarding internships in the field of public service are unpaid, CIPA offers a competitive grant program to assist with expenses.
Pursue International Off-Campus Study
If spending a semester working and studying in an international locale seems out of reach during graduate school, guess again. At CIPA, you have several avenues for combining academic and professional pursuits during a semester abroad. You may enroll for a Cornell-based program in Nepal or Italy. Or, you may choose to study at a partner institution in Spain, Mexico or Hungary.
CEU/Budapest: Accredited in both the US and Europe, the Central European University (CEU) attracts students from more than 100 countries on five continents, with faculty from thirty countries.
Why Cornell? Why CIPA
Past and present Fellows cite the following reasons for choosing CIPA over all the others:
Find out more today!
We invite you to learn more about CIPA. Meet some of our Fellows online, read their stories and blogs, come and visit, and discover all that can await you at Cornell University and beyond: