The Jackson School provides a wide range of degree and non-degree programs, for undergraduate students at Yale, masters candidates, and mid-career professionals.

Areas of Study

Degree Programs

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Undergraduate Degree, Global Affairs (B.A.)

The Global Affairs major is for students who want to better understand and impact the world around them.

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Master in Public Policy, Global Affairs (M.P.P.)

Our academically rigorous yet flexible interdisciplinary program prepares students for careers in global leadership and service.

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Joint Degrees

Our integrated joint programs combine global affairs skills with a professional specialization.

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Masters of Advanced Studies, Global Affairs (M.A.S.)

This program is for mid-career professionals interested in advancing their expertise in their chosen field of global affairs.

Non-Degree Programs

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Global Health Studies

This program is designed for undergraduate Yale students interested in understanding and addressing pressing global health challenges.

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Maurice R. Greenberg World Fellows

This four-month leadership development program allows Fellows to audit classes and pursue research projects.

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Emerging Climate Leaders Fellowship

The program brings together a diverse group of talented young clean energy and climate leaders from emerging countries.

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Kerry Fellows

Kerry Fellows work on key projects for the Initiative, including conducting research, developing virtual conversations and conferences on international topics, and helping write journal publications and social media content.

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Grand Strategy

The Brady-Johnson Program in Grand Strategy offers a year-long course to Yale undergraduates and graduate students that addresses large-scale, long-term strategic challenges of statecraft, politics, and social change.