Public Policy Services
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Financing education involves a commitment affecting a student's financial standing. Questions about the process may be directed to the Office of Financial Aid at 310.506.7493.
The required 240-hour Policy Internship should be selected in an agency related to the student's area of specialization and must be completed prior to the first semester of the second year. The internship should provide a perspective on how the methods and theories learned in the cases studied in the classroom may find practical expression in non-textbook and complex real-life settings.
The Pepperdine School of Public Policy Career Services Office is dedicated to supporting students and alumni as they identify, prepare, and develop both their short and long-term career strategies. This support is provided in many ways and includes one-on-one coaching, individualized career and internship planning, career assessments, roundtable discussions and lectures, internship oversight, and access to a vibrant and participative alumni network.