Department of Public and Nonprofit Studies
College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Undergraduate Programs

The department offers the Minor in Public Administration, Minor in Public Policy, and Minor in Nonprofit Management.  These minors are open to all students seeking training in the public and nonprofit sectors.  Moreover, interested students may take one or more courses as free electives as their program of study allows.  Students in the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS) program may also pursue program concentrations in these areas.

Courses in Public Administration, Public Policy, and/or Nonprofit Management are an excellent choice for students across several majors in the behavioral and social sciences, business, health, arts and humanities, and the hard sciences.  Please contact the department with any questions about how courses in these areas fit with your degree and future career plans.

SPRING 2021 Course Offerings

PBAD 2231: Introduction to Public Administration – Online

NMLI 2231: Introduction to Nonprofit Management – Online

NMLI 3632: Social Entrepreneurship, Enterprise, and Innovation – Online

PBAD 3732: Policy Analysis – Online

PBAD 4231: Administrative Law – Online

PBAD 4232: Public Service Values and Ethics – Online

PBAD 4233: Human Capital Management for Administrators – Online

NMLI 4332: Resource Management and Development for Nonprofits – Online

SUMMER 2021 Course Offerings

PBAD 2231: Introduction to Public Administration – Online – Term A

NMLI 2231: Introduction to Nonprofit Management – Online – Term A

PBAD 3731: Public Policy – Online – Term B

Last updated: 10/28/2020

Department of Public and Nonprofit Studies • P.O. Box 8048 • Statesboro, Georgia • 912-478-1400

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