Public Administration

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION Major

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 Courses33-34
Required
Public and Non-Profit Management
Public and Nonprofit Human Resource and Risk Management
Public Policy Analysis
Public and Nonprofit Budgeting
Public and Nonprofit Program Evaluation
Capstone Experience
Senior Seminar/Capstone in Political Science
Seminar in Ethics and Public Action
Upper Level Electives
Analytic Methods-choose one of the following (3-4 credits):
Political Behavior
GIS in Public and Environmental Policy
Cost Benefit Analysis
Public Policy/ Administration (choose two of the following courses - 6 credits):
Urban Politics and Policy
Congress: Politics and Policy
Foreign and Defense Policies
Environmental Politics and Policy
Natural Resources Economic Policy
Regulatory Policy and Administration
Administrative Law
Environmental Law
Natural Resources Policy, Law, and Administration
Global Environmental Politics and Policy
State and Local Government
Internship 1
Independent Study 1
Nonprofit Management (choose two of the following courses - 6 credits):
Managing Arts and Cultural Organizations
Introductory Marketing
Introductory Management
Organizational Behavior
Transitioning to Sustainable Communities
Fundraising and Marketing for Nonprofits
Strategic Philanthropy: Civic Engagement Through Giving
Internship 1
Independent Study 1
Total Credits49-50
1

PU EN AF 497 and PU EN AF 498 can each only be completed for 3 credits and used once to satisfy a major requirement in Public Policy or Nonprofit Management area of upper level requirements. A 2.75 GPA is required for internship participation.