Carnegie Mellon University

Policy Seminar II

Course Number: 84-792

In the IPS Policy Seminar course, Institute for Politics and Strategy graduate students attend seminars across campus to learn how issues they cover in class are being tackled in the professional world. One such seminar, the IPS Policy Forum, regularly brings diplomats, scholars, policymakers, journalists, and other thought leaders to the university to address major issues facing the United States and the world. Students are expected to identify a policy problem related to the seminar issue, ask questions, and then write a policy brief providing recommendations to solve that problem. IPS graduate students will enroll in the three-unit Policy Seminar each semester.

Academic Year: 2021-2022
Semester(s): Spring
Required/Elective: Required
Units: 3
Location(s): Pittsburgh

Required course for the following IPS degree:
Master of Science in International Relations and Politics (Section A)
Master of Information Technology Strategy (Section B, remote-only instruction)