Public Policy Minor
The academic minor in Public Policy is an interdisciplinary social science minor established to equip students with the theoretical perspective, analytical skill, and substantive knowledge needed to deal with domestic and global policy problems.
Students should take Intro to Statistical Methods, three courses from the History and Political Science area, and three courses from the Sociology area for a total of 21 units.
|MATH/PSYC/SOC-265C||Intro to Statistical Methods||3|
|History/Political Science: Select nine units from the following:||9|
|Principles of Macroeconomics|
|The History of Human Rights|
|U.S. Since 1963: Contemp America History History|
|Comparative Political Thought|
|Immigrants in American Politics|
|Public Policy Issues|
|U.S. Congress and Representation|
|Sociology: Select nine units from the following:||9|
|Class, Race, Ethnicity & Gender|
|Juvenile Delinquency & Justice|
Other courses may count as an elective for the minor as they are developed or as approved by the History & Political Science Department Chair.