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Public Policy majors learn how to formulate, evaluate, and
promote policy options that can make a difference in their cities,
nation, and the world. The Public policy major draws from many
disciplines, including law, economics, political science, sociology,
history, urban studies, geography, and environmental studies. Our students
learn about the public policy process and also develop substantive
knowledge in policy areas such as health, education, and the environment.
The Public Policy major is in the Joseph R. Biden, Jr. School of Public Policy & Administration, which has offered nationally ranked and
internationally recognized graduate programs for 40+ years. Now, those
learning opportunities are available to UD undergraduates. The
distinctive Delaware model of public policy education integrates
academic excellence with professional experience by enabling students to
work side-by side with faculty and professionals to apply learning from
their classrooms to the actual policy challenges of communities and
Our faculty includes accomplished interdisciplinary
scholars and teachers who also have extensive experience working with
government, nonprofit community organizations and the commercial sector.
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Watch the video above to learn more about how public policy majors in the Biden School are prepared to address problems in the community through interdisciplinary, real-world education.
Public policy is how communities address their complex challenges
in areas such as:
Public policy is the product
of choices made by governments that drive public investments, create
rules and sanctions, establish services and security, guide and regulate
markets and businesses, or allocate benefits and costs to
citizens. Public policy changes the world.
Public policy majors have access to learning
opportunities and resources usually available only to graduate
students. Undergraduate Public Policy students may be selected as Public Administration Fellows, apply to the Legislative Fellows program, work as a summer research assistant, and more!