Hello all - Almost at the end of my online MPA program at University of Baltimore, I'm starting to look at going for a PhD. I'm not entirely sure in what field, but am definitely leaning towards public policy/administration. I am really interested in family/children programs and the interplay between local/state/federal governments and policies. I work full-time and therefore can't commit to a traditional brick and mortar program. I've looked at some DPA programs, but to be honest, I think if I go for a doctorate, I'd rather go for a PhD. I've seen that Walden has a program, but just not sure if I want to enroll there. There is a PhD program at University Maryland Baltimore County that I think allows for PT evening students, but would really prefer online if possible. I know I seem to be asking for the sun, moon, and stars, but does anyone know of any brick and mortar university that offers a PhD via online/distance learning instruction in public policy/administration or related field? Thanks in advance.