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MAPL 650I Masters in Advocacy and Political Leader Internship

MAPL 690 is a required internship course in the Advocacy and Political Leadership (MAPL) track within the Master of Public and Nonprofit Administration (MPNA) Program. Students will take 180 hours of supervised direct experience with an individual or organizational sponsor in advocacy. A written agreement specifying the work the student will complete, a supervisor evaluation, and a capstone paper, evaluated by the program, that describes what the student has learned about advocating for policy change, are required at the completion of the internship credits.
1-4 Graduate credits

Effective August 23, 2014 to present

Learning outcomes

Summer 2021

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41 Masters in Advocacy and Political Leader Internship Cooper, Scott S Books Course details

Fall 2021

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01 Masters in Advocacy and Political Leader Internship Cooper, Scott S Books Course details

Spring 2022

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41 Masters in Advocacy and Political Leader Internship Staff, Staff Books Course details