A major in Public Administration requires the following courses:

PUB231Public Administration4 sh
PUB328Public Policy4 sh
PUB335Ethics in the Public Sector4 sh
PUB431Policy Analysis and Program Evaluation4 sh
PUB461Seminar in Public Administration4 sh
POL 111American Government4 sh
POL220Research Methods in Political Science4 sh
POL222State and Local Government and Politics4 sh

Twelve hours selected from the following courses:                     12 sh

ACC201Principles of Financial Accounting
BUS303Introduction to Managing
ECO111 Principles of Economics
POL325 The Presidency
POL326The Congress
POL382Campaign Management
PUB334 GIS Applications for Administration and Planning
PUB428 Comparative Public Policy
PUB433  Urban Politics

Any Public Administration course                                           4 sh

TOTAL  48 sh

     It is strongly recommended that Public Administration majors, in consultation with their advisors, select a topical concentration of at least 12 semester hours at the 300-level and above. Concentration courses will be chosen from among the 16 elective hours. With the approval of the student’s advisor, up to four hours from outside the Political Science and Public Administration department may be applied toward the concentration. No more than eight internship hours may be applied to the major. Students considering graduate school in Public Administration should take additional courses in Accounting, Economics and Business Administration.