2008-2016

Here is a breakdown of the fields our senior majors pursued following graduation.

43%

Graduate School

13%

Education

10%

Non-Profit

7%

Public Health

6%

Fellowships

6%

Research

4%

Law

4%

Government

4%

Consulting

3%

Other

What can you do with a degree in Public Policy Analysis?​ Check out what some of our alumni have accomplished.

Graduate School: Harvard (Public Health, Public Policy), Columbia (Law, Climate and Society), Johns Hopkins (Medicine, Public Health), Georgetown (Medicine), USC (Policy Planning and Development), George Washington (Medicine), McGill (Law, Medicine), University of Chicago (Public Policy), Emory (Public Health)

Education: Teach for America, Scripps Academy, English Teaching Assistant through Fulbright Program, Oakland Unified, Schuler Scholar Program

Non-Profit: Americorps, Veterans’ Affairs

Public Health: U.S Department of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, The AIDS Institute, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, APLIA Health Forum, COPE Health Solutions, Cedars-Sanai Medical Center, The Lewin Group, Kaiser Permanente

Fellowships/ Grants: Fulbright Program, Coro Fellows Program, Watson Fellowship, New Sector Alliance, Capital Fellows Program

Research: Williams Institute of the UCLA Law School, Public Interest Research Group, The Constitution Project, The Urban Institute

Law: U.S Department of Justice, Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund, Legal Aid Society, Children’s Rights NYC Office, Paralegal

Government Department of State’s Bureau of International Security and Nonproliferation, Office of Multilateral Nuclear Security Affairs in Washington D.C, Los Angeles Mayor’s Office, San Francisco City Hall

Consulting: Southern California Edison, McKinsey and Company, Semler Brossy Group, Epic, Mathematica Policy Research Center, The Advisory Board Company, Center for Global Development

Other: Intervarsity Christian Fellowship at UCR