2019-20 Academic Catalog 
    
    Apr 09, 2020  
2019-20 Academic Catalog

Public Policy and Administration Minor


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  • 15 Credit Hours minimum - No Credit Hours for the Minor may be taken Pass/No Pass
  • 2.5 GPA minimum within the Minor
  • Student must complete 15 hours of coursework in Public Policy and Administration with at least one 3-credit hour course at the 30000-level or above
  • The minor must be attached to a major course of study

Course Requirements (15 Credit Hours)


Elective Courses (9 Credits)


  • Three (3) courses, not more than one (1) in ECON (See Note 1)

Additional Information


Note 1:  POL 30000 Political Analysis, POL 31100 Congress and the President, POL 31500 Public Opinions and Elections, POL 32000 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis, POL 33000 Politics of Lake County, POL 35400 Civil Liberties and the Constitution, POL 34600 Law And Society, POL 34601 Family Law, POL 35400 Civil Liberties and the Constitution, POL 35700 Budgeting in the Public Sector, POL 36400 Law, Ethics and Public Policy, POL 39000 The Middle East, POL 380 Politics of Bureaucracy, POL 39000 Gender, Politics and Policy from a Global Perspective, POL 39000 Politics of the Olympics, POL 39000 Race, Politics and Policy, POL 39000 Immigration, POL 39000 Gender, Politics and Policy from a Global Perspective, POL 39000 Politics of the Olympics, POL 39200: Public Service and Civic Engagement: Model Illinois Government, POL 400 Principles of Empirical Political Analysis, POL 40400 United States Policy Making Elite, POL 41000 Political Parties and Politics, POL 41100 Congress: Structure and Functioning, POL 43500 International Law, POL 43900 United States Foreign Policy Making, POL 43300 International Policymaking: Model UN,POL 46000 Judicial Politics, POL 46100 Constitutional Law I, POL 49000 International Policy Making: Model UN II, ECON 31100  Environmental Economics, ECON 32200 Public Finance, ECON 38500 Labor Economics, ECON 41500 Contemporary Economic Problems and Policies, ECON 46200  Economics of Health Care, ECON 43400 International Trade, ECON 45600 Urban Economics. Other courses may be approved by the program advisor.

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