To broaden your knowledge about public participation in the United States, we will focus on the theories of democratic participation, social equity and collaborative governance in institutions.
This minor is designed for students outside of the Glenn College. Students pursuing a Glenn College major should choose the Civic Engagement specialization track.
- PUBAFRS 2110 Introduction to Public Affairs
- PUBAFRS 2120 Public Service and Civic Engagement
Choose one from the following list:
- PUBAFRS 4510 Law and Public Affairs
- PUBAFRS 4020 Contemporary Issues in Governance: Washington, D.C.
- POLITSC 3912 Political Leadership
- POLITSC 4152 Campaign Politics
- POLITSC 4160 Public Opinion
- POLITSC 4164 Political Participation and Voting Behavior
- POLITSC 4165 The Mass Media and American Politics
- SWK 3201 Social and Economic Justice
- SWK 5015 Social Work and the Law
Choose one course from the following list:
- PUBAFRS 2130 Leadership in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors
- PUBAFRS 2150 Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations
- PUBAFRS 4021 Policy Analysis Application: Washington, D.C.
- PUBAFRS/AFAMAST/COMPSTD 5240 Race and Public Policy
- PUBAFRS 5250 Poverty, Inequality and Public Policy
- POLITSC 4127: Governing Urban America
- COMLDR 3530 Foundations of Personal and Professional Leadership
- COMLDR 3535 Toward Cultural Proficiency
- COMLDR 4430 Leadership in Teams and Community Organizations
- CRPLAN 3500 The Socially Just City
- ENR 3500 Community, Environment and Development
- SOCIOL 3463 Social Stratification: Race, Class and Gender
- SWK 4503 Generalist Practice with Larger Systems
Choose one from the following list:
- PUBAFRS 4191.01/.02/.03 Internship in Public Affairs
- EDUCST 5880.04S Inter-professional Education: Collaboration in Urban Communities
- ESHESA 2571S Leadership in Community Service
- ENGLISH 4567S Rhetoric and Community Service: A Writing Seminar
- WGSST 3385 Women in Political Leadership
- Approved Service Learning Class
- Approved Internship Credit from Other Department
Additional Program Detail
Declaring the Minor
- To add a minor at the Glenn College, contact Steve Fink at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- The minor coursework must be approved by the Glenn College. Once the minor program is filed in the college office, any changes to coursework must be submitted for approval.
- The minor program form must be filed by the time the graduation application is submitted to a college/school counselor.
Credit Hour Requirements and Transfers
- This program is not required for graduation.
- A minimum of 15 credit hours are required for completion.
- A minimum of six credit hours must be at the 3000 level or above.
- A student is permitted to count up to six total hours of transfer credit and/or credit by examination toward the minor.
- The minor must be in a different subject than the major.
- This minor is designed for students outside of the Glenn College. Students pursuing a Glenn College major should choose the Civic Engagement specialization track.
- Each minor completed must contain a minimum of 12 hours distinct from the major and/or additional minors (i.e. minors that require more than 12 credit hours may overlap those hours beyond 12 with the major or with another minor).
- G.E. overlap is permitted up to six total hours
Requirements for completion
- Minimum C- for a course to be listed on the minor.
- Minimum 2.00 cumulative point-hour ratio required for the minor.
- Coursework graded Pass/Non-Pass cannot count on the minor.
- No more than three credit hours of courses graded Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory may count toward the minor.