Applied Policy Studies Concentration

Should total 12 credits in addition to core course work.

Required for Concentration

Two of the following:

CourseDescription
Pol S 416Policy Analysis
Pol S 532Seminar in International Political Economy
Pol S 541 /
Crm J 540
Seminar in Evaluation Research - Note: May not be used as a course required for the concentration if already counted toward the core course work.

Electives

Two of the following:

CourseDescription
Pol S 402Civil Liberties
Pol S 404The Judicial Process
Pol S 416Policy Analysis
Pol S 417Voting and Elections
Pol S 420Political Parties and Interest Groups
Pol S 432Comparative Public Policy
Pol S 436Disability, Aging and Public Policy
Pol S 448Urban Politics and Policy
Pol S 450The Legislative Process
Pol S 495Topics in Political Science
Pol S 512Seminar in American Institutions - Note: variable topics - may be repeated for maximum of 6 credits.
Pol S 513Seminar in American Political Behavior -  Note: variable topics - may be repeated for maximum of 6 credits.  
Pol S 515Governmental Policy and Program Analysis
Pol S 534Seminar in Comparative Politics
Pol S 536Special Topics in Comparative Politics -  Note: variable topics - may be repeated for maximum of 6 credits.  
Pol S 542 /
Crm J 592
Proseminar in Administration, Justice, and Applied Policy Studies -  Note: Variable topics – may be repeated for maximum of 6 credits – summer workshops limited to 3 credits unless students have written approval.
Pol S 552Administrative Law and Regulation
Pol S XXXGlobalization (In Development)
Pol S XXXLand Use Policy and Politics
HPA 501Health Care Policy and Politics
Mgt 585Graduate Seminar in Negotiations

Note: any relevant graduate course may be used as an elective with approval of your committee.