Public Administration, Minor
The Political Science Department offers an interdisciplinary minor in Public Administration (24 credits). This minor is designed to prepare students for entry level work in local, state, national, or international public service with governmental or non-governmental agencies and groups.
|POLI 102||United States Politics||3|
|or POLI 140||American Politics|
|POLI 109||Comparative Politics||3|
|POLI 212||Introduction to Public Policy Analysis||3|
|POLI 346||Public Personnel Systems||3|
|POLI 498||Internship in Policy and Admin||3|
|Electives (9 credits) 1|
At least six credits must come from outside the department and in related courses, with approval of the political science department chair. Numerous majors – including sociology, psychology, economics, management, finance, and marketing – offer courses which would complement the course of study in the minor and we want to encourage students majoring in those areas to bring that particular expertise to our classrooms, and to use our program’s curriculum to supplement their major study.