M.A. in Community and Economic Development Enrollment Sequence

The typical enrollment sequence is as follows:

First term 6 cr Policy Process, 3 cr
Public Policy Analysis, 3 cr
Second term 6 cr Research Methods, 3 cr
Principles of Community and Economic Development, 3 cr
Third term 6 cr Ethics and Community Leadership, 3 cr
Workforce Development Policy, 3 cr
Fourth term 6 cr Macroeconomics for Public Policy, 3 cr
Strategic Planning for Public and Nonprofit Organizations, 3 cr
Fifth term 6 cr Population, Land Use, and Municipal Finance, 3 cr
Stakeholder Sensitive Business Models, 3 cr
Sixth term 6 cr Final Project, 6 cr
Total 36 cr  


The graduate fall and spring terms are 15 weeks long and the summer term is 8 weeks long. Therefore, students enrolling during the summer term may need to work with their academic advisor to adjust this enrollment sequence.