- To analyze the political, social, economic, and legal
environments of a variety of public sector, health care, and nonprofit
organizations and to develop the analytic and problem-solving skills
required of public administrators.
- To learn data evaluation methods and acquire skills
in oral and written communication, planning, budgeting, policy analysis,
decision-making, and collaboration.
- To develop an awareness of ethical issues and
problems in organizations, and how to use ethical reasoning to formulate
decisions and bring about organizational change.
- To learn and experience the service-learning
component integrated in the program curriculum, and to grow from
reflection of others' needs.
Students are required to complete the 37 credits included in the undergraduate Public Administration Law
Enforcement Leadership program. Required courses are as follows:
- Complete 128 credits.
- Complete the Public Administration major and Law
Enforcement Leadership concentration major requirements.
- Satisfy the 44 credits Core Curriculum requirements.
- Achieve a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.0.
Upon completion of the Bachelor of Public Administration
with an concentration in Law Enforcement Leadership, a graduate will
- Dramatically improved oral and written communication
skills, including effective online communication.
- Knowledge of statistical tools and quantitative
skills in evaluating and managing programs.
- Knowledge and skill in conducting performance
appraisals, supervision, and conflict resolution.
- Ability and skill in developing and using a budget as
a planning document and managing performance.
- Ability and skill in leading and collaborating with
- Ability and skill in conducting policy analysis.