"PSPA faculty and students conduct research in multiple facets. From exploring methods for alternative fuels and environmental management to improving human resource management and health care, students take on many challenges in the changing political environment. Students also investigate politics, policy, budgeting and fiscal policy, race and public policy, transportation policy, economic development, comparative politics and administration, immigration policy and administrative law."-Department of PSPA website
"Check out a documentary produced by five of our MPPA students from the spring 2010 semester. The students took part in Dr. Bethany Stich's class about democracy and capitalism. Their semester project was to produce a film that explored this topic. The students chose to examine the driving cost of energy efficiency in Mississippi and the United States in 'Green v. Green.'"