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Regional Analysis and Public Policy

 
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Examine real-world issues to make positive changes through public policy

DEGREE:

Undergraduate Minor

DELIVERY:

Face-to-Face

LOCATION:

Morehead

TIME REQUIRED:

24 Credit Hours

Course Requirements

What You’ll Learn in the regional analysis and public policy minor program

Learn how to examine the region's economic and social problems by researching and creating policy reports. Gain valuable internship experience and collaborate with faculty and public leaders to find effective solutions.

What You Can Do with a regional analysis and public policy minor

This minor complements several degree programs to help you pursue various careers in the public and private sectors. It also prepares you to pursue a Master of Public Administration or other graduate studies, which can lead to high-level careers in public service. 

What makes Morehead state's program different

You gain knowledge and skills in regional analysis, community development and policy making that result in research being presented at conferences in Frankfort and Washington D.C. It allows you to use your education to help communities and regions move forward and prosper.

Admission to the regional analysis and public policy minor program

Follow the standard undergraduate application process.

Acceptance to this program requires 15 credit hours with GPA above 2.5. A personal interview will also be required for admission into the program.

Contact

Department of History, Philosophy, Politics, Global & Legal Studies

354 Rader Hall
Morehead, KY 40351

EMAIL: hgpl@moreheadstate.edu
PHONE: 606-783-2655
FAX: 606-783-5096