Public Advocacy, Civic Engagement, and Social Change

People and Society

Public Advocacy, Civic Engagement, and Social Change

Details

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  • Academic Plan
    PS_0088
  • Cognate
    People and Society
  • Responsible Academic Unit

    Contact Info
    • Name: Dr. Paul Driscoll
    • Email: pdriscoll@miami.edu
    • Phone: 305-284-6753
    • Location: 2037 Wolfson Building
  • Recommended for
    students who major or plan to work in political science, public administration, sociology, American studies, urban studies, community planning, human and social development community track, social work, or related fields.
  • Required Courses
    Students must complete at least 3 courses for at least 9 credits.
  • Number of Groups: 1

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Description

The cognate in Public Advocacy is designed to prepare students with the theoretical background and practical skills to both engage in and manage constructive discussion in the public sphere. Upon completion of the program, students will be able to lead public conversations and engage community action to influence social change.


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