About the Department
Tomorrow's leaders will decide how the world responds to historic challenges. Addressing issues such as climate change, national security, criminal justice reform, and health policy will take a new generation of insightful, innovative thinkers.
At CSU, you'll develop the skills you need to become an effective change-maker. Pursue a Bachelor of Science degree in political science or a Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree with concentrations in either government administration or justice administration.
The Department of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Administration will champion your success every step of the way. Learn hands-on through internship programs at the local, state, national, and international levels. As a graduate, you'll be prepared for advanced study or ready to launch a successful career in government, business, or nonprofit organizations.
Create Your Future
The Department of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Administration offers a number of degrees and minors. Explore your options here.
|Program Type||Programs Available|
|Bachelor's||Interdisciplinary Studies (B.S.)1, Political Science (B.S.)|
|Master's||Public Administration - Government Administration (M.P.A.)1, Public Administration - Justice Administration (M.P.A.)1|
|Minors||Legal Studies, Philosophy, Political Science|
|Pre-Professional Programs||Pre-Law Program|
- Online option is available.
Learn From the Best
The Department of Politics, Philosophy, and Public Administration is home to many accomplished faculty members. Several are highly regarded as experts and have been recognized with notable honors and awards. Thanks to a low student-to-faculty ratio, you'll be sure to receive an excellent education in our art degree programs.
Dr. Nicholas Bolden
Dr. Saerim Kim
Dr. Dan Van Kley
Dr. Markus Weidler