Master of Professional Studies in the Field of Advocacy in the Global Environment
The Master of Professional Studies in the field of advocacy in the global environment offers innovative experiential learning opportunities for professionals involved in all aspects of global politics and advocacy, from lobbying to strategic public relations, campaigns, and influence building. The program can be completed in as little as one year; however, the usual pace is two courses per semester over two years. Twelve credits of coursework are dedicated to the global immersion residencies in regions around the globe: North America (Washington, DC), Europe (Brussels), Middle East and Africa (Istanbul), Asia (Hong Kong), and Latin America (São Paulo).
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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 39 credits, including 21 credits in required courses, 12 credits in global residencies, and 6 credits in elective courses.