Survey Research

Surveys and Law with MASR Student Mike Keyes

Master of Arts in Survey Research (MASR) student Mike Keyes decided to pursue an MASR after noticing how often surveys are used in trademark litigation cases. Keyes explains that consumer confusion between trademarks is the main point of contention in these litigation cases, and highlights how important it is to gather evidence through surveys about […]

MASR: Media and Communication Campaigns Coursework for Spring

This Spring (2021) students in the Department of Public Policy’s (DPP) Master of Arts in Survey Research (MASR) – Media and Communication Campaigns Track can start taking Track specific coursework online through UConn’s Department of Communication. Learn more about the upcoming coursework below. For more information about the Track and career outcomes, please see our […]

Why Political Science and the Department of Public Policy (DPP)?

Political Science students are able to seek a wide variety of careers in the public, nonprofit and private sectors with a degree from the Department of Public Policy. Roughly 40% of our grads leave Connecticut each year, relocating to cities including Boston, Minneapolis, New York City, San Antonio and Washington D.C. Master of Public Administration […]

Fall 2020: Meet the New Faces of the DPP

New Students This fall the Department of Public Policy (DPP) is welcoming over 130 new students across our graduate and undergraduate programs. Our incoming graduate students hail from twelve states, and Canada. Sixteen individuals have advanced degrees in a variety of fields including architecture, business, engineering, fire science, international relations, medicine and psychology.  Almost 90 […]