The Public Administration major is designed to prepare students for entry-level administrative positions in the public sector. The sequence of courses leading to the major is designed to enhance the ability of students to think clearly and critically, to acquire an understanding of self, and to develop a commitment to ethics and values. Students majoring in Public Administration must successfully complete the University Core Requirements, the Departmental Core Courses and the Major Course Requirements. Students must earn a grade of “C” or better in all major requirements. The major course requirements are listed below:
General Education Core Requirements
Credits / Units: 3-12 Credits
Credits required depend on initial course placement.
Students may be placed in a higher level Mathematics course based on prior coursework, and any higher level Mathematics course will satisfy the requirement. The Adaptive Physical Education: Kinesiotherapy major requires MAT 113 in place of MAT 112 . Computer Science requires MAT 113.