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I am in the process of deciding between pursuing a Master of Public Policy at The University of Chicago and a Master of Public Administration in Environmental Science and Policy at Columbia. I would appreciate any insight that you all have to offer! Here are the factors I am currently considering: UChicago Pro: I received a substantial scholarship Pro: How general the MPP curriculum is Pro: Joint JD, MBA and PhDs are always a possible Con: Knowing my learning style, I am not enamored with the two-year format, especially in an unfamiliar city Columbia Pro: 12-month format--back into the workforce quicker, more suited to my learning style Pro: Location in New York Con: No scholarships Con: Limited experience studying earth sciences Con: I am nervous about whether I want to exclusively work in the environmental policy area after school/its transferability as a degree To make matters worse, I am still waiting to hear back from the Georgetown MPP program. Thanks in advance for your thoughts!
Hello, I interviewed for bioinformatics programs at UCSF, UCLA, UCSD, and WashU. I'm am fairly confident I will be accepted so I wanted to get people's opinions on their programs. I completed my masters in clinical research and data science. I am volunteering in the lab of a PI I am interested in having as an advisor. I am interested in multiomics, knowledge networks(HetNets), clinical/medical informatics, methods in single cell analysis such as cytof. All these programs are incredible and I feel very fortunate to be in this position. Thanks!