Dec 10, 2023  
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog 
2021-2022 Undergraduate Catalog [OFFICIAL CATALOG]

School of Public Affairs

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Williamson, Anne; Associate Professor

Professors: Rice, Daryl H.
Scranton, Margaret E.
Stevenson, Jerry
Associate Professor:

Giammo, Joseph D.,
Glazier, Rebecca
Wiebelhaus-Brahm, Eric

Assistant Professors Leach, Kirk
Slagle, Derek
Williams, Christopher

The School of Public Affairs offers courses for students interested in understanding government and politics, public administration, community development, and non-profit organizations, all at the international, national, state, and local levels.

Courses in the School strive to instill in students a number of important skills, including critical thinking, analysis, writing, and the practical application of ideas to real-world situations. The combination of substantive knowledge and practical skills instilled by courses in the School provides a solid background to help our students to excel as leaders in a variety of fields, including politics, government service, law, teaching, the non-profit sector, and business.

Teacher Licensure

See “Education Minor and Teacher Licensure ” for details and contact the School of Public Affairs as soon as possible for program advising.


    Bachelor of Arts
    Early Entry Programs

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