In addition to extending the deadline, the GRE/GMAT requirement has been waived, and some limited funding opportunities are offered.
UC San Diego’s School of Global Policy and Strategy two-year degree programs include a Master of International Affairs (MIA), a Master of Public Policy (MPP), and a Master of Chinese Economic and Political Affairs. They also offer a one-year executive Master of Advanced Studies in International Affairs. These programs provide students the opportunity to concentrate on such areas as energy and the environment, global health, international politics, management, development, and economics, with the option to specialize regionally in Latin America and Asia. Our significant depth and breadth in China, as well as strength in design and evaluation, climate change, and international policy and management, position us well to train our next generation of leaders to confront current and future global challenges.