mppfall2010 Posted April 7, 2010 Share Posted April 7, 2010 Besides some comments about waiting for applications, I haven't heard much recent discussion of the University of Chicago's Harris School. I know a decent amount about it (social policy strength, econ & stat heavy, ivory tower, etc) but can anyone provide any more insight into the program? Such as internship opportunities, research centers, professor-student interaction, job placement, electives? The program doesn't seem to require a masters thesis - how is this perceived after the program? For someone who did not receive funding, is it worth the debt? My inclination is yes, it is - but with how delayed their admissions process was and how unresponsive their office seems to be to emails and questions, I am having trouble justifying it now. Would love a little insight into the program. Especially for those considering going and debating between other schools... why are you considering Chicago over other schools and vice versa? Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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