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The Biden School of Public Policy & Administration offers several Minors that are open to any UD undergraduate student who wishes to learn practical, innovative skills and study the ways in which they can facilitate positive changes in their communities, solve societal challenges, and meet goals in the organizations where they will be employed.
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The Minor in Organizational and Community Leadership develops your capacity to collaborate, innovate, and lead meaningful change in nonprofit organizations, NGOs, government agencies, and corporations.
The Minor in Public Policy examines how communities address
their complex challenges in such arenas as health, education, housing,
energy, poverty, economic growth, and environmental sustainability. In this program, you will learn to incorporate interdisciplinary perspectives into solving policy challenges that impact all types of communities.
The Minor in Public Health, offered by the College
of Health Science in collaboration with the Biden School of Public Policy &
Administration, provides an interdisciplinary opportunity to develop
practical skills in program development and increase knowledge in the
areas of social systems, social policy, and leadership. It is available to UD undergraduate
students in all majors, and helps develop a greater
appreciation for the application of public health concepts to various
fields of study.
The Minor in Energy & Environmental Policy (ENEP) provides students with cross-disciplinary knowledge and analytical skills related to local, national, and global energy and environmental issues. Core knowledge in ENEP coursework includes an understanding of underlying policy and economic frameworks for the analysis of energy and environmental problems. Familiarity with scientific and engineering concepts and research on energy and environmental technology is also provided.