The minor in Applied Environmental Policy Analysis will provide students with a rigorous and in-depth study of the public sector environment, practice, and methods for analyzing and developing policy. Each course will also have the environment as a focus in the material, exams, and assignments. At the end of the minor students will be able to recall and explain the basic rationales for public policies; be able to apply rigorous research methods for evaluating policy; and be able to integrate the elements of theory, methods, problem structuring, ethics, analysis and argumentation to generate reports useable in government and nonprofit management. The minor is appropriate for practicing professionals and current undergraduate students interested in expanding their applied evaluation skills and environmental policy expertise.
Effective Spring 2014
Students must satisfactorily complete the total credits required for the minor. Minors and interdisciplinary minors require 12 or more upper-division (300- to 400-level) credits.
Additional coursework may be required due to prerequisites.
Students must complete each course in the minor with a grade of C or better.
|POLS 101||American Government and Politics (GT-SS1)||3|
|POLS 103||State and Local Government and Politics (GT-SS1)||3|
|POLS 361||U.S. Environmental Politics and Policy||3|
|POLS 364||U.S. Energy Policy Analysis||3|
|POLS 459||Program Evaluation for Public Administrators||3|
|POLS 460||Public Policy Process||3|
|POLS 465||Public Policy Analysis||3|
|Program Total Credits:||21|