The School seeks a diverse pool of applicants who have been trained in a wide range of disciplines and preferably have had previous work experience in policy making or implementation. No specific background or undergraduate major is required. Admission is selective. Decisions will be based on a multifaceted evaluation of the applicant's overall academic record, applicable test scores, and potentialfor public policy as evidenced by work experience and community, extracurricular or other relevant experience, written statement of purpose and goals, and letters of recommendation.
Applicants must meet the following requirements for admission: