Public Policy undergraduate majors (Track A) students must specify a proposed concentration and a proposed course of study, approved by a faculty adviser from the relevant field, at the time of application. The faculty adviser must confirm that the proposed courses likely will be available, or that suitable alternatives exist in the event that a given course is unexpectedly withdrawn.
The concentration curriculum assumes completion of all Public Policy core courses or equivalents, an applied econometrics course, and Econ 52. At least 27 concentration units are required and all must be 100-level or above. Public Policy undergraduate majors (Track A) also participate in a 10-unit Practicum or faculty-supervised internship.
Current concentrations include: