The Public Policy Analysis major consists of a five-course policy sequence, a statistics/mathematics requirement, a three-class internship and thesis sequence, and a concentration chosen by the student.

  • Physics 70, 71, 72, or PHYS 41, 42, General Physics w/lab
  • Physics 101, 190 (senior seminar)  plus
  • one course credit of physics or astronomy courses numbered above 100 (excluding 101)
  • Students can still petition to count a complementary lab science course if appropriate in place of the additional physics course.

Faculty Liaison
David Tanenbaum
Phone: 909-621-1209
Office: Millikan 119
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