The LBJ School of Public Affairs is a professional school that grooms graduates for practice-oriented careers. Offering two master’s degree programs, a doctoral program, an executive master’s program, and 25 dual degree programs, the LBJ School prepares students for effective leadership in public service, equipped with the knowledge and skills to be change agents who add value to society.
Named for the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon Baines Johnson, the LBJ School was founded in 1970 with the goal of creating a novel program that blended the academic with the practical. In an increasingly interconnected and interdependent world, the LBJ School applies interdisciplinary teaching methods to provide graduates with critical problem-solving tools.
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