Public Policy Analysis Minor

Requirements

Fifteen credits, as follows:

EC 012Principles of Microeconomics3
EC 130Public Policy3
Three credits from:3
The Congressional Process
Public Policy:Tools&Processes
Three additional credits from:3
Law & Politics
Constitutional Law:Gov Powers
The Presidency
The Congressional Process
D1:Const Law:Civil Rights Amer
SU: U.S.Environmental Politics
US Supreme Court:Proc&Policy
Public Opinion/Political Part
Politics and The Media
Const Law: Civil Liberties
Public Policy:Tools&Processes
American Foreign Policy
Internatl Political Economy
Int'l Environmental Governance
SU:Comparative Envir Pol
Congress & Foreign Policy
VT Legislative Research Srvc
Law & Public Policy
Special topics courses as approved by the POLS Undergraduate Director
Three additional credits from:3
POLS courses listed above
Money and Banking
SU:Economics Envirnmntl Policy
Law and Economics
Using Data for Economic Policy
International Econ I: Trade
Labor Economics
Special topics courses as approved by the EC Department Chair

Prerequisites

EC 011Principles of Macroeconomics3
POLS 021American Political System3

Other Information

If majoring in Political Science, POLS courses that are used for the minor are included in the 45 credit major rule. If majoring in Economics, EC courses that are used for the minor are included in the 45 credit major rule. Reminder: no more than one course can count towards both the Political Science major and the Public Policy Analysis minor. EC 012 is required for both the Economics major and the Public Policy Analysis minor, and this is the only course that can count towards both programs.