Why add a minor in public administration?

Application Deadlines
Fall:
Aug. 17
Spring:
Dec. 15
Summer:
May 1

As a student this program, you'll learn the skills that prepare you for a career in public service. The curriculum emphasizes practical skills, such as management and budgeting, that are applicable to work in any number of public or nonprofit organizations. If you're interested in particular policy areas, such as politics or economics, the curriculum accommodates a minor in those and many other subjects.

Learn the skills to work with the regulatory, legal, administrative, and policy environments of the public sector, complementing diverse majors in Aviation, Business, or Engineering. Gain administrative expertise through coursework and apply it to real life experiences in the workplace. Once you complete the coursework, you will be able to apply to graduate programs in Public Administration, Public Policy, and Urban Development regardless of your major.

Public Administration Courses You Could Take