School of Law and Political Sciences

Minor in Public Administration: Public Law and Administrative Organizations of Lebanon

16 credits
For students entering the program at the Sophomore level
(holders of a recognized Baccalaureate or Freshman diploma - equivalent to 30 credits)


The minor in Public administration: Public Law and Administrative Organizations of Lebanon is designed to provide students with an overview of employment in government, public service, and administrative organizations.
The public administration minor introduces students to core concepts in the field and provides students with the opportunity to develop specialized knowledge in the areas of organizational behavior, management, budgeting, and public policy.
This minor is appropriate for students planning careers in government, public service, governmental agencies and nonprofit organizations. The public administration minor also provides a foundation for continued studies in public administration, law, and international diplomacy.

Program Educational Objectives

1. Students studying Public Administration will gain a greater understanding of the public sector and the management of its agencies.
2. In this minor, students learn about the policy process as well as specific government functions such as budgeting and personnel.
3. This minor will provide knowledge and skills for students who wish to prepare themselves for management careers in government, community agencies, private not-for-profit organizations, planning and consulting firms, and private sector organizations that work in partnership with the public sector.

Program Outcomes

a. Identify the core mechanisms of public administration, including the organization and management of human and financial resources.
b. Discuss the political, economic, legal, and social environments of public policy and administration.
c. Explain the unique challenges and opportunities of providing public goods and services in a diverse society.
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