Monday, December 5, 2011

The Harris School of Public Policy

Ph.D. students are required to pass four qualifying examinations offered by the Harris School: methods (statistics and econometrics), microeconomic theory, political economy, and a field exam in a substantive field of public policy studies chosen by the student and the student's advisor. These examinations will ordinarily be taken following two years of coursework. In exceptional cases, a student may propose an alternative to either the methods or the theory examination.
The Harris School's doctoral program (PhD)program - how's it rated among the public policy programs?

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