USC Price School of Public Policy

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Arts Policy

Visualization and Media

Urban Planning

Half of humanity now lives in cities. Every problem that we care about – economic development, environmental sustainability, social justice, and democratic governance, to name a few – play out in urban areas. Planning is an inter-disciplinary field dedicated to systematic and creative approaches to improving communities and places.

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Real Estate

Real estate developers contribute to the built environment. They turn vision into reality — actively engaging with the community and working closely with various disciplines and sectors to implement solutions.

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Public Policy

The field of public policy, at its core, produces social change. Policy analysts inform and shape the public programs and efforts that improve life in all communities. They integrate leadership with analytical and quantitative skills to promote social and economic well-being.

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Public Administration

Public administrators shape our communities and safeguard our future. They run our cities, government agencies, and nonprofits. The Price School prepares students to be leaders who will solve today’s critical social problems.

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Health

The U.S. healthcare system is undergoing profound change. Access, quality, and cost of care are critical issues that affect everyone everywhere. Health administrators put the systems in place to keep facilities open and thriving, and ensure the delivery of quality services.

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Nonprofits & Philanthropy

The nonprofit sector is where change becomes a reality. Nonprofits provide essential public services, advocate for public policy and social change, and help form and sustain the networks that strengthen the bonds of communities.

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Economic Development

Urban Development