As a USJ Public Administration minor, you will develop the skills and abilities you need to prepare for public service as either a career or avocation.
Pursue a career in government, not-for-profit organizations, journalism, law, business, and education by studying subject areas such as public management, state and local government, public finance, personnel management, organizational theory, and public policy. Contact us to find out more, or apply today.
The Public Administration minor requires a minimum of 18 credits, including:
You should work closely with your advisor to design a program particularly suited to your career interests and needs.
CAREER OPPORTUNITIES FOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION STUDENTS
Government or Business Administration:
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