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Carleton University NPSIA vs MPPA

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Hi! Can anybody give me some insight as to which program would be the better choice at Carleton University in Ottawa: Norman Paterson School of International Affairs vs Masters of Public Policy and Administration?

1. What is the MPPA program reputation and experiences people have had? How does that compare to those who've gone to NPSIA? 

2. Any differences in co-op placements? 

3. What would be the best choice for future career prospects?

I'm not completely settled on a singular career path but the prestige of having a degree from NPSIA seems to open doors, whereas an MPPA may give me more career options and flexibility. Any advice/insight/experience sharing would be so great right now. I've got a limited time to respond to offers. 

Thanks :)

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