Bachelor of Science in Public Administration


A bachelor’s degree in Public Administration provides students with the necessary tools to navigate successful careers in the growing non-profit and public sectors. As part of the program, students will be exposed to a variety of hands-on, real-world experience derived from required internship hours and classroom lectures and projects.

Below is a brief list of required courses for the Bachelor of Science in Public Administration degree:

Course # Course Title (All courses 3 credit hours)
General Education
CU 101 Chancellor Student Success
  Oral, Written, Visual Communication
  Math/Data Analysis
  Arts/Humanities
  Social/Behavioral Sciences
  Natural/Physical Sciences
  5 Additional General Education Electives
(Economics, Social Sciences, or GIS categories.)
Business Core
AC 201 Principles of Accounting I             
EC 201 Macroeconomics
EC 202 Microeconomics
FN 312 Financial Management I
LA 200 Contracts, Agency, Partnerships, Corporations
MG 200 Administrative Management
MG 250 Human resource Management
MG 370 Organizational Behavior
MG 390 Operations Management
MS 305 Business Systems Analysis
PH 306 Business Ethics
Major Core
EC 317 Public Finance
ES 180 Geographic Information Systems Fundamentals
HI 345 The Age of Globalization
MG 285 Leadership in Organizations
MG 290 Labor and Employee Relations
PL 232 Structure of Local and State Government
PL 240 Introduction to International Studies
PL 332  Public Administration
PL 350 Business and Government
PL 400 Public Policy Analysis
PL 423 Internship in Public Administration
PL 440 Seminar in Public Administration

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