Program Curriculum

BBM 330 Available Online Power, Politics,& Negotiation

BLA 303 Available Online Legal/Ethical Environment of Business

ISM 330 Available Online Business Intelligence

ORG 444 Available Online Organizational Justice, Ethics, Social Responsibility

POL 304 Available Online Constitutional Law

POL 315 Available Online Comparative Gov. & Politics

POL 326 Available Online Public Policy & Social Issues

POL 402 Available Online Analysis of Public Policy

POL 403 Available Online Writing for Public Policy


Select 6 of 7 Courses

POL 321 Available Online Int'l Organizations and Politics

POL 340 Criminal Justice Policy

POL 350 Econ. Welfare & Income Policy

POL 360 Available Online Education Policy

POL 370 Available Online Energy & Environmental Policy

POL 380 Available Online Health Care Policy

POL 490 Internship in Public Policy


OR


CAP/Co-op Option - 3 semesters (9 credits)


AND

Select 3 of 6 Courses

POL 321 Available Online International Organizations and Politics

POL 340 Criminal Justice Policy

POL 350 Econ. Welfare & Income Policy

POL 360 Available Online Education Policy

POL 370 Available Online Energy & Environmental Policy

POL 380 Available Online Health Care Policy


The following courses are pre-requisites for a degree in Government & Public Policy: FIN 300, LES 205, MAT 308 Available Online, ENG 102, BBM 201 Available Online, SOC 101 Available Online, PSY 101 Available Online, POL 300 Available Online

 

Students whose Associate’s Degree totals less than 75 credits should take the following courses to fulfill credit needs:


BBM 103 Available Online Intro to Public Admin

ORG 301 Available Online  Survey of Org Dynamics

PSY 315 Available Online  Group Dynamics

ORG 302 Available Online/PSY 461 Psychology of Leadership

PHI 310 Available Online Critical Thinking

NOTE:

  1. Some courses have prerequisites and should be taken in the correct sequence.
  2. If your associate's degree is in an academic discipline different than the one you plan to study at Wilmington University, you may be required to take additional courses to ensure your success in your chosen program of study.