Public Administration: Requirements for the Minor

Interdisciplinary Minor

Supporting Courses, (9 credits)

POL SCI 101: American Government and Politics (3 credits)

PU EN AF 202: Introduction to Public Policy (3 credits)

PU EN AF 215: Introduction to Public Administration (3 credits)

Upper-Level Courses, (15 credits)

PU EN AF 315: Public and Non-Profit Management (3 credits)

Two of These:

PU EN AF 408: Public Policy Analysis (3 credits)

PU EN AF 415: Public and Nonprofit Budgeting (3 credits)

PU EN AF 428: Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation (3 credits)

Electives, choose two of these:

PU EN AF 306: Regulatory Policy and Administration (3 credits)

PU EN AF 314: Administrative Law (3 credits)

PU EN AF 324: Transitioning to Sustainable Communities (3 credits)

PU EN AF 344: Leadership in Organizations (3 credits)

PU EN AF 406: State and Local Government (3 credits)

PU EN AF 408: Public Policy Analysis (3 credits)

PU EN AF 415: Public and Nonprofit Budgeting (3 credits)

PU EN AF 425: Fundraising and Marketing for Nonprofits (3 credits)

PU EN AF 426: Strategic Philanthropy: Civic Engagement through Giving (3 credits)

PU EN AF 428: Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation (3 credits)

PU EN AF 453: Cost Benefit Analysis (3 credits)

PU EN AF 497: Internship (in the area of public administration) (1-3 credits) (A 2.75 cumulative GPA is required for internships. Only 3 credits of internship can count toward the major.)