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B.A. in Public Policy Leadership


The curriculum for the B.A. in public policy leadership joins the systematic study of public policy with the study of the leadership qualities necessary for successful policy formation and implementation. Students acquire the quantitative skills necessary for policy analysis, an understanding of the ethical imperatives of leadership, and a clear appreciation of the global nature of responsible decision making.

Minimum Total Credit Hours: 124

General Education Requirements

The completion of Pol 101, Econ 202, and Econ 203 will more than satisfy the 6 hours required of social science for the B.A. degree.

Course Requirements

The B.A. degree with a major in public policy leadership consists of 33 hours, including PPL 101, 210, 212, 300, 310, and 18 additional hours of 300-level or 400-level PPL courses. Pol 101, Econ 202, and Econ 203 also are required.

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