Minor in Public Policy
The Minor in Public Policy is for students interested in developing the skills and knowledge needed to respond to policy issues. The aim of the minor is to provide students with an understanding of the fundamental elements involved in the public policy process and the analytical skills necessary to make informed judgments about policy-making, policy implementation, and substantive policy outcomes.
The minor is comprised of courses focusing on the theoretical perspectives, analytical skills, and substantive knowledge needed for the study and analysis of public policy issues. Students from all majors are encouraged to expand their career options within government, law, nonprofit, and corporate institutions with this applied and strategic minor.
Important Note: The Minor in Public Policy is new with a Fall 2019 start date. Please check the Fall 2019 course schedule for available course offerings. Contact the Department of Public and Nonprofit Studies with any questions.
PBAD 2231 – Introduction to Public Administration (3)
PBAD 3731 – Public Policy (3)
Complete 9-credit hours from the following courses:
PBAD 3333 – The Policy Process and Democracy (3)
PBAD 3732 – Policy Analysis (3)
PBAD 3733 – Contemporary Policy Issues (3)
PBAD 4235 – Research Methods and Evaluation (3)
PBAD 4334 – Policy and Markets (3)
PBAD 4431 – Special Topics in Public Administration (3)
PBAD 4791 – Field Internship in Public Administration (3)
Minor Information Sheet
Last updated: 10/29/2019