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    May 25, 2024  
Draft 2024-2025 Catalog 
Draft 2024-2025 Catalog

Public Administration Minor

Today’s public administrators deliver public services in close coordination and partnership with businesses and community-based organizations, domestically and internationally. Public service coverage has also grown from the traditional health and sanitation, education, public works and agriculture to include immigration, security and environmental concerns. Thus, there is a compelling need to deepen the student’s critical understanding of governance institutions, policymakers, legal and regulatory processes, and business-government-civil society relations, as well as ethics, accountability, and anti-corruption strategies. Students have the option of taking graduate-level courses from the Master of Public Administration  program and applying them to both the minor requirements and the MPA program requirements.

Required Courses - 15-16 units

Students must select one of the following options. Note: students may not mix and match from both options.