The Romney Institute of Public Management was named in 1998 for three-term Michigan governor George W. Romney. As part of Brigham Young University’s Marriott School, the Romney Institute offers a master’s degree in public administration through both pre-service and executive programs. The Romney Institute has a long tradition of preparing young people for careers in public service and is dedicated to educating men and women of faith, character, and professional ability who will become outstanding managers and leaders in public and nonprofit institutions worldwide.
To further the mission and objectives of the Romney Institute, the following financial priorities have been established:
- Student scholarships
- Student internships
- Minority student outreach
- Program enhancement