Department of Public Policy and Administration

Department of Public Policy and Administration

Prerequisites

Government or Political Science 

fall walkThis is a sample of accredited institutions offering government or political science classes in the Sacramento region. We post this list as a courtesy to our applicants and students. It should NOT be considered an endorsement of these schools nor is it a comprehensive list of courses that may be available and acceptable.

Please keep in mind that certain schools may have additional requirements for enrollment in courses. Consult individual departments about specific requirements, availability of courses, cost, schedule, and delivery method.

Feel free to provide a syllabus or course description to the Department if you are not certain a course can be used to satisfy the prerequisite requirement.

Community Colleges

Los Rios Community College District

American River College - Catalog
Pols 301, Introduction to Government: United States 
Pols 304, Introduction to Government: California 

Cosumnes River College - Catalog
Pols 301, Introduction to Government: United States
Pols 304, Introduction to Government: California

Folsom Lake College - Catalog
Pols 301, Introduction to Government: United States

Sacramento City College - Catalog
Pols 301, Introduction to Government: United States
Pols 304, Introduction to Government: California

Sierra Community College District - Catalog

Pols 1, American Government 

Yuba Community College District

Yuba College - Catalog
Polsc 1, Introduction to American Government 

Woodland Community College - Catalog
Polsc 1, Introduction to American Government

Public Universities

Sacramento State - Catalog

Govt 1, Essentials of Government
Govt 150, American Governments
Govt 180, California State and Local Government

University of California, Davis - Catalog - Open University

Pol 001, American National Government
Pol 104, California State Government and Politics

Private Accredited Colleges and Universities

The below are alternatives to public colleges and universities students and applicants may consider. Often these places deliver courses in alternative formats, such as on-line or in an intensive schedule for the convenience of students. In no way should the appearance here of a for-profit institution be considered an endorsement of that institution.

DeVry University - catalog

Poli 330, Political Science

National University - catalog

Pol 201, American Politics

University of Phoenix - individual courses

Pos 110, American National Government
Pol 215, State and Local Political Processes

updated Fall 2015