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PROGRAMS SUITED TO TACKLE COVID-19, RACIAL JUSTICE, SUSTAINABILITY

The programs at UC San Diego's School of Global Policy and Strategy (CPS) are especially apt for issues affecting today's world. All of the school's degrees have options geared toward challenges that policy makers are facing in addressing COVID-19, racial justice and inequality, and sustainability.

Master of Public Policy (MPP) specialization in Health Policy. The COVID-19 pandemic

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