Public Policy and American Institutions focuses on the formation, implementation and evaluation of solutions to social, economic, and political problems in the United States. Among the policy areas covered are education, health care, urban welfare, law, technology, race, and gender. Students may choose to specialize in a specific substantive area of public policy on policymaking and policy analysis more generally. In consultation with the concentration advisor, PPAI concentrators design their individualized concentration plans.
Core Courses (five required):
Elective Courses (five required):
Honors: Candidates for honors should apply in the Spring term of their third year. Successful candidates will enroll in the Public Policy Colloquium and prepare a senior honors paper.
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