Public Policy, Advocacy and Civic Engagement (PACE) Minor

The Public Policy, Advocacy and Civic Engagement (PACE) minor is designed for students in diverse majors who want to strengthen their civic skills and knowledge for a career or voluntary service in civic and political organizations. These organizations include: professional associations representing majors and professions such as biology, English, history, math, nursing, and physical therapy; community organizations serving neighborhoods and people in need; interest groups representing diverse economic, environmental, and other interests; and ethnic, gender, and religious associations. All of these organizations by the way operate on local, state, national, even international levels.

The minor consists of 18 credits: 9 required and 9 elective.