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Public Management and Policy Emphasis

Supporting Courses16
Micro Economic Analysis
American Government and Politics
Introduction to Public Policy
Introduction to Public Administration
Choose one of the following:
Business Statistics
Social Science Statistics
Introductory Statistics
Upper-Level Courses26-27
Public and Non-Profit Management
Public Policy Analysis
Choose two of the following:
Leadership in Organizations
Public and Nonprofit Budgeting
Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation
Institutions, Processes, and Organizational Behavior (choose one course):
Mediation and Conflict Resolution
Congress: Politics and Policy
Administrative Law
Principles and Practices of Emergency Management
Leadership in Organizations
State and Local Government
Analytic Methods (choose one course):
Political Behavior
GIS in Public and Environmental Policy
Public and Nonprofit Budgeting
Strategic Philanthropy: Civic Engagement Through Giving
Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation
Cost Benefit Analysis
Public Policy (choose one course):
Natural Resources Economic Policy
Foreign and Defense Policies
Environmental Politics and Policy
Regulatory Policy and Administration
Water Resources Policy and Management
Environmental Law
Natural Resources Policy, Law, and Administration
Global Environmental Politics and Policy
Public Finance and Fiscal Policy
Urban Politics and Policy
Choose two courses from any of the three groups of courses listed above, or PU EN AF 498 or PU EN AF 497 (only 3 credits of internship can count toward the major). Internships are strongly recommended for students who qualify. A 2.75 cumulative GPA is required for internships.
Total Credits42-43