- Minor Courses and Elective Courses
- Admission and Transfer Requirements
- Graduation Requirements
Why Choose a Public Advocacy Minor? - Program Spotlight
In the workplace or in the community, we are faced with issues that require people to take a position and to advocate for better solutions. Advocacy is a key communication skill for all careers, but especially for careers in law, government and social services. The ability to advocate appropriately and effectively for personal needs contributes to life satisfaction. Students select elective courses from an array of disciplines to build a knowledge base for the workplace or community for which they will advocate.
More InformationAdvisor: Dr. Stephanie ThomsonPhone: 231-591-3504Email: [email protected] Department of HumanitiesFerris State University1009 Campus Drive, JOH 119Big Rapids, MI 49307-2280Phone: 231-591-3675
Public Advocacy Minor - 18 Credits