The Bachelor of Arts in Management, Leadership, and Policy curriculum is designed to develop your skills in the areas of public management, leadership, and policy while providing additional training in data analysis, economics, and public finance.
The major requires 10 core classes (30 credit hours). The majority of the core classes are taken at the Glenn College, with one required course from the department of political science, and the option to take an additional course from the department of economics.
New freshman students take Public Affairs 2110
during their first semester on campus. Existing students should take Public Affairs 2110 soon after declaring the major. General education courses in microeconomics
are prerequisite requirements for some of the upper-level finance and analysis classes. Students also complete a capstone research paper on a topic of their choosing.