Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy
R. Karl Rethemeyer, Ph.D.
Director of Undergraduate Education, Political Science
Julie Novkov, Ph.D.
Director of Undergraduate Education, Public Administration & Policy
Jennifer Dodge, Ph.D.
Student Services Coordinator, School of Criminal Justice
The Rockefeller College of Public Affairs & Policy offers three undergraduate majors: Political Science, Public Policy and Management, and Criminal Justice. In addition, students may pursue graduate course work in either political science, international affairs, public administration, or criminal justice as part of combined degree programs: Political Science B.A./Political Science M.A.; Political Science B.A./Public Administration M.P.A.; Political Science B.A./International Affairs M.I.A; Public Policy and Management B.A./Public Administration M.P.A.; Public Policy and Management B.A./International Affairs M.I.A.; Public Policy and Management B.A./Political Science M.A..; Criminal Justice B.A./Criminal Justice M.A. In each of these combined programs, students can apply a portion of their credits in graduate work to both their undergraduate and graduate degrees, earning two degrees in 10 or 11 semesters.
All undergraduate courses offered by the Rockefeller College, except R PAD 110, 111, 210, 211, 380, 381, 480, and 481 are considered liberal arts and sciences courses for purposes of degree requirements.
All courses listed in this College are preceded by the prefix letter R.