Minor in Public and Nonprofit Administration

A minor in Public and Nonprofit Administration is offered in the School of Public Affairs and Administration (SPAA).


The minor in Public and Nonprofit Administration at Rutgers SPAA offers students a focused interdisciplinary exposure designed to bring students to a deeper understanding of their roles as public servants, in the context of civic engagement. The program provides students with the substantive knowledge, analytical skills and perspectives needed to respond effectively and fairly to major contemporary social problems. Students minoring in Public and Nonprofit Administration receive excellent preparation for further study in the graduate professional schools and careers in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors. (For information on the major in Public and Nonprofit Administration at Rutgers SPAA see Bachelor of Arts in Public and Nonprofit Administration.)

 

Public and Nonprofit Administration Minor Requirements

Requires 18 credits that include:

Public and Nonprofit Administration Minor Required Courses
(12 credits - all required)

  • 40:834:200  Introductions to Public Administration (3)  
  • 40:834:301  Ethical Public Service (WI) (3)  
  • 40:834:203  Introduction to Nonprofit Administration (3) [Previously "Government and the Non-Profit Sector"]
  • 40:834:408  Leadership for the Service Professions (3)

Public and Nonprofit Administration Minor Additional Courses
(Select 6 credits)

  • Six additional credits from Public and Nonprofit Administration course offerings
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