Master of Science in Ethics and Public Policy
Are whistle blowers heroes? Should we be able to genetically enhance our unborn children? Is torture ever justified? The corporate world, rapid developments in biotechnology, and the changing nature of warfare raise new and complicated moral concerns.
Suffolk’s new Masters in Ethics and Public Policy will train leaders, executives, professionals and aspiring scholars to identify and think through such questions. This degree, offered by the departments of Philosophy and Government, will provide you with a practical set of tools to appreciate not only how policy is made, but also what kinds of ethical choices are involved in making it.
By combining rigorous interdisciplinary academic training with hands-on internships, the program will equip students with the intellectual and practical skills needed for responsible and thoughtful policy work.