Each student in the Master of Science and Technology Policy (MSTP) degree program will have a major faculty advisor as well as an applied project faculty mentor.  The Applied Project faculty mentor will be the official chair of the student’s supervisory committee and will appear as the chair on the student’s plan of study.  The student’s supervisory committee consists of three members, including the chair of the committee.  These faculty members can assist the student with class registration decisions, possible topics for the Applied Project and internship possibilities.

The graduate advisor can also assist students with class registration, internship resource materials, and an explanation of degree program requirements.  The advisor guides students through the necessary steps required to successfully progress from admissions to graduation.

Zee Wilson
Wrigley Hall 3rd Floor
(602) 543-3147

Kathleen Vogel
Interim Degree Program Chair
Interdisciplinary B, Room 256J
Phone:  480-727-6579
[email protected]