Public Administration Major
By majoring in Public Administration, you can prepare for an exciting and fulfilling career in government and nonprofit management. Courses focus on leadership, administration, and public policy in the political setting of public management. The B.S. in Public Administration requires completion of 52 credits, including eight core credits and a senior seminar.
Students in the Public Administration bachelor's degree program can tailor their studies by pursuing one of the following concentrations within the program. Contact your advisor for additional information.
- Administration and Management
- Economic Policy Analysis
- International Political Economy
- Nonprofit Management
- Public Policy
- US Government Institutions
- Individualized Concentration (where you may create your own concentration, with approval from your department)
View the Public Administration curriculum in the current University Catalog or University Catalog Archives.