A bachelor’s degree in public affairs provides students with the skills and knowledge to serve society through a variety of careers in public service. The program is designed to develop skills in leadership and decision-making, create a foundation for understanding American governmental and public institutions, acquire knowledge of the structure and operations associated with the nonprofit sector, and become familiar with the broad and complex economic, financial and legal environments within which public institutions function.

The BS in Public Affairs is structured to prepare students for careers in government (federal, state and local), nonprofit organizations, Foreign Service, educational institutions, consulting firms and businesses significantly affected by public policies.

Careers in public administration include emergency management, economic development, criminal justice, public health, national security, labor management relations, mediation, education administration and environmental policy.

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The Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs requires 120 credit hours. The Bloomington campus offers seven majors: Environmental Management, Human Resource Management, Law and Public Policy, Management, Policy Analysis, and Public Financial Management.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The SPEA curriculum is divided into five categories—Common Ground, SPEA Preparation, Electives, Public Affairs Core, and a Major area. For students who enter Indiana University Bloomington in June 2011 or after, Common Ground and SPEA Preparation are required. SPEA General Education is in effect for students who matriculated to Indiana University Bloomington prior to Spring 2011 or before.

Common Ground

See  http://www.iu.edu/~bulletin/iub/general-education/2014-2015/index.shtml for updated requirements and a complete list of course options.

Public Affairs is a term for the formal offices of the branches of the United States Department of Defense whose purpose is to deal with the media and community issues. The term is also used for numerous media relations offices that are created by the U.S. military for more specific limited purposes. Public affairs offices are staffed by a combination of officers , enlisted personnel , civilian officials and contract professionals.

The typical Public Affairs office is led by an officer who is in charge of planning, budgeting for, executing and evaluating the effectiveness of public affairs programs, and provides public affairs advice, counsel and support for commanders and senior staff members.

The Public Affairs Officer (PAO) is responsible for developing a working relationship with reporters and other media representatives, maintaining a robust community relations program, keeping contact with other government agencies , and keeping internal and external publics informed on issues that may affect them. Known as "PAO's" for short, they are expected to coordinate with the appropriate agencies prior to contacting and releasing information to the media on conditions that might result in favorable or unfavorable public reaction, including releases and public statements involving local, regional and national news .

A bachelor’s degree in public affairs provides students with the skills and knowledge to serve society through a variety of careers in public service. The program is designed to develop skills in leadership and decision-making, create a foundation for understanding American governmental and public institutions, acquire knowledge of the structure and operations associated with the nonprofit sector, and become familiar with the broad and complex economic, financial and legal environments within which public institutions function.

The BS in Public Affairs is structured to prepare students for careers in government (federal, state and local), nonprofit organizations, Foreign Service, educational institutions, consulting firms and businesses significantly affected by public policies.

Careers in public administration include emergency management, economic development, criminal justice, public health, national security, labor management relations, mediation, education administration and environmental policy.

A bachelor’s degree in public affairs provides students with the skills and knowledge to serve society through a variety of careers in public service. The program is designed to develop skills in leadership and decision-making, create a foundation for understanding American governmental and public institutions, acquire knowledge of the structure and operations associated with the nonprofit sector, and become familiar with the broad and complex economic, financial and legal environments within which public institutions function.

The BS in Public Affairs is structured to prepare students for careers in government (federal, state and local), nonprofit organizations, Foreign Service, educational institutions, consulting firms and businesses significantly affected by public policies.

Careers in public administration include emergency management, economic development, criminal justice, public health, national security, labor management relations, mediation, education administration and environmental policy.

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Hand, James Edward. https://www.biodiversitylibrary/creator/19712

Social problems , Social sciences

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The Bachelor of Science in Public Affairs requires 120 credit hours. The Bloomington campus offers seven majors: Environmental Management, Human Resource Management, Law and Public Policy, Management, Policy Analysis, and Public Financial Management.

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

The SPEA curriculum is divided into five categories—Common Ground, SPEA Preparation, Electives, Public Affairs Core, and a Major area. For students who enter Indiana University Bloomington in June 2011 or after, Common Ground and SPEA Preparation are required. SPEA General Education is in effect for students who matriculated to Indiana University Bloomington prior to Spring 2011 or before.

Common Ground

See  http://www.iu.edu/~bulletin/iub/general-education/2014-2015/index.shtml for updated requirements and a complete list of course options.

A bachelor’s degree in public affairs provides students with the skills and knowledge to serve society through a variety of careers in public service. The program is designed to develop skills in leadership and decision-making, create a foundation for understanding American governmental and public institutions, acquire knowledge of the structure and operations associated with the nonprofit sector, and become familiar with the broad and complex economic, financial and legal environments within which public institutions function.

The BS in Public Affairs is structured to prepare students for careers in government (federal, state and local), nonprofit organizations, Foreign Service, educational institutions, consulting firms and businesses significantly affected by public policies.

Careers in public administration include emergency management, economic development, criminal justice, public health, national security, labor management relations, mediation, education administration and environmental policy.

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Hand, James Edward. https://www.biodiversitylibrary/creator/19712

Social problems , Social sciences

Social problems , Social sciences

A bachelor’s degree in public affairs provides students with the skills and knowledge to serve society through a variety of careers in public service. The program is designed to develop skills in leadership and decision-making, create a foundation for understanding American governmental and public institutions, acquire knowledge of the structure and operations associated with the nonprofit sector, and become familiar with the broad and complex economic, financial and legal environments within which public institutions function.

The BS in Public Affairs is structured to prepare students for careers in government (federal, state and local), nonprofit organizations, Foreign Service, educational institutions, consulting firms and businesses significantly affected by public policies.

Careers in public administration include emergency management, economic development, criminal justice, public health, national security, labor management relations, mediation, education administration and environmental policy.

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