Arizona State University

Science and Technology Policy (MSTP)

Department Website sfis.asu.edu/degree/science-technology-policy-0

The Master of Science and Technology Policy is a unique one-year degree program (30 credits) which provides professional education for students seeking advanced public, non-profit, or private sector careers in science and technology policy and related fields in the United States or abroad. Students take two core courses that provide the necessary science and technology policy foundation knowledge and skills. Two additional courses are selected from a list of restricted electives provided by the Program Director. The remaining course credits are selected by the students as electives in their particular area of interest: renewable energy, public health, sustainability, information technology, space science, climate change, etc. A capstone policy workshop in Washington, DC, an internship experience and an Applied Project under the guidance of a faculty mentor allow the students to apply their education in real world settings.

The School for the Future of Innovation in Society administers the degree program. 

After admission to their degree program, WRGP qualified applicants may apply to the WRGP program by submitting the WICHE WRGP Application Form found at: http://graduate.asu.edu/forms.

For more information on how to apply for the WRGP resident tuition rate for this program, please contact:

Dr. Andrew Maynard
Program Chair - Master of Science and Technology Policy Degree Program
Professor, School for the Future of Innovation in Society

Ms. Andra Williams
Program Coordinator, Sr. - Education Programs
School for the Future of Innovation in Society
Arizona State University
Box 875603
Tempe, AZ 85287-5603
(480) 727-9498
(480) 727-8791 fax
andra.williams@asu.edu

Degrees Available