PROGRAM: The school invites applications for its doctoral degree program in public policy analysis. The curriculum consists of rigorous multidisciplinary course work including quantitative methods, economics, social science, technology, and policy workshops, combined with on-the-job training (OJT) leading to the dissertation and award of the Ph.D. in public policy analysis. Subfields of specialization include health policy, national security policy, and Soviet studies. Students typically receive OJT support equivalent to doctoral fellowships. Fellowships are also available for applicants with special interests in health or Soviet studies. For a bulletin contact RAND.
QUALIFICATIONS: A master's degree or equivalent post-bachelor's degree training and experience is required for admission.
DEADLINES: 00/00/94 02/03/94
RAND Graduate School Fellowships Program P.O. Box 2138 1700 Main Street Santa Monica, CA 90406-2138 ATTN: Fellowships Administrator (213)393-0411