Professors: Mark Henkels Assistant professor: Earlene Camarillo
Prepares students for employment in government, non-profit organizations and in businesses connected to the public sector. Faculty teaching, service and research promote efficient, effective and just public service and policies.
Analyze issues in public administration and policy.
Analyze the administrative context, politics and practical implications of public choices.
Demonstrate skills in internal and external organizational communication, public outreach and advocacy.
For the B.S. in Public Policy and Administration, students may take any combination of math/computer science/quantitative literacy courses as long as it included at least one math course beyond MTH 105. Please note that CS 121 is required for the major and may be used to satisfy the B.S. requirement.