B.A. in Administration Public Administration Concentration

Requirements (92-100 units)

Total units required for graduation: 180

Requirements for the B.A. in Administration

Students must earn a grade of "C" (2.0) or better in all lower division, upper-division and concentration courses required to fulfill a B.A. in Administration.

Lower-division core requirements (32)
ACCT 211Introductory Accounting I4
ACCT 212Introductory Accounting II4
ADMN 210Applied Business Statistics4
ECON 200Principles of Microeconomics4
ECON 202Principles of Macroeconomics4
IST 101Introduction to Information Technology4
MGMT 230Business Law4
Four units chosen from (also meets the General Education requirement category B1):4
College Algebra
Pre-Calculus Mathematics
Methods of Calculus
Basic Concepts of Calculus
Upper-division core requirements (36)
ECON 475Public Economics4
IST 309Information Systems and Technology4
MGMT/PSYC 302Management and Organizational Behavior4
MGMT 350Administrative Communications4
PA 307Public Relations in the Public Sector4
PA 315Government-Business Relations4
PA 472Administrative Law4
PA 490Senior Assessment Seminar in Public Administration4
SCM 304Principles of Supply Chain Management4
Concentration (24-32)24-32
Note: The concentration electives should be chosen from the electives listed for each concentration or, with the prior approval of the department chair, the student may substitute other courses for these electives. With prior approval, up to two of the concentration electives may be chosen from other academic disciplines. In planning their career goals, students should review course offerings of other departments to determine if specific courses fit their career plans.

Public Administration Concentration (24 units) (Program Code: PA)

PA 380Introduction to Public Administration4
PA 462Public Personnel Administration4
PA 463Governmental Budgeting4
PSCI 320The Legislative Process4
or PSCI 330 State and Local Politics
Eight units chosen from:8
Organizations in Multicultural and Diverse Societies
Administrative Leadership
Management of Private Nonprofit Organizations
Public and Non-Profit Project Management
Principles of Planning
Public Sector Labor Relations
Local Public Administration
Accounting for Government and Not-for-Profit Organizations
Public Transportation Planning, Policy and Regulation
Seminar in Public Administration
Independent Study
Independent Study
Total Units24