I had a question for you all regarding NPSIA. How would it compare to an MPP program? Not a specific program, but rather a Master of Arts versus a Master of Public Policy? NPSIA is supposed to be the foremost program for those looking to work in policy, which would typically be the job of someone graduating with an MPP? Can someone please explain to me why people would want to go to NPSIA instead of doing something like Carleton's MPPA?
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