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  • Master of Public Policy

    ANU-PUP-MAS | Postgraduate

    Design and deliver better public policy

    Learn critical thinking and problem-solving through case-based teaching. Reflect on the challenges of governing in an increasingly digital world. Get equipped with skills in analysing and researching public policy, and communicating persuasively. 

  • Expand your career opportunities

    Boost your skills with flexible online short courses and microcredentials delivered by leading Australian universities.

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  • Master of National Security Policy

    ANU-NSP-MAS | Postgraduate

    Forge your future in security at this critical time

    Join ANU Crawford School of Public Policy as you learn about policy analysis, policy making and policy leadership. Evaluate future risks including pandemics, interference, terrorism and more. 

  • Use your passion for economics to carve out policy

    Take a specialised approach to public policy using your zest for economics. With this course, you can carve out a leadership pathway in public finance, foreign investment, trade and development economics. 

  • Change the lives of Indigenous people

    Better the lives of Indigenous communities with this specialised degree. Learn from experts at Australia’s leading centre on Indigenous economic and social policy, ANU's Centre for Aboriginal Economic Policy Research (CAEPR).  

  • Improve public trust and integrity

    Step up in government leadership with this specialisation. Understand the complexities of governance, learn to debate and communicate ideas on anti-corruption, and solve problems that undermine integrity. Assess responses and devise solutions.

  • Understand the intricacies of health policy

    Boost your ability to become a leader in your workplace by deepening your knowledge of health policy, systems and institutions. Research and evaluate global health systems. Debate policy formulation, systems and challenges.

  • Become a thought leader in global policy issues

    Gain skills to debate global policy by applying a historical, cultural, political and economic lens. Build skills valued in government and non-government agencies. Work towards poverty reduction, social policy, food security and more.  

  • Become an expert in foreign and defence policy

    Follow your dreams of working in foreign and defence policy roles by developing your expertise in foreign policy decision-making. Learn how to implement responses, strategies and changes in defence related matters.