Minors Can Broaden Your Academic Experience
A minor in Public Administration will provide students the opportunity to add a public service perspective to their existing major. A broad introduction to public administration will be provided as well as the opportunity to shape the minor towards a student’s own disciplinary interests such as Criminal Justice or Business Administration. It will also provide students whose major is cognitively related or any student who seeks employment in the public sector an opportunity to add a public service perspective; such as majors in Criminal Justice, Business, Psychology and Media Communication.
For details about the curriculum, the complete course listing, specific program requirements and expected learning outcomes please refer to the Public Administration minor program in our College Catalog.
Total credit requirements: 18 credits.
Required Courses (9 credits):
- PO 102 – American Government
- PO 104 – Introduction to Public Administration
- PO 203 – State and Local Government
Electives (9 credits):
Three courses from the following list:
- PO 310 – Political Theory
- PO 312 – Public Policy
- PO 314 – Urban Politics
- BA 207 – Human Resource Management
- BA 211 – Organizational Behavior
- PH 301 – Ethics
- CJ 210 – Policing and Police Administration
- EC 205 – Microeconomics
- EC 206 – Macroeconomics
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