The UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs Undergraduate Program is home to the B.A. in Public Affairs, Gerontology Minor, Public Affairs Minor, and Urban and Regional Studies Minor. To learn more about the Public Affairs Undergraduate Program click the quick-links icons below or navigate the blue sidebar menu.
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Bachelor of Arts in Public Affairs
The world needs agents of social change whose passion to improve people’s lives is matched by the knowledge and skills to deliver results. UCLA’s Luskin School of Public Affairs will help cultivate this next generation of civic-minded leaders.
The B.A. in Public Affairs offers an in-depth and engaged educational experience with a clear public service ethos. Drawing from UCLA Luskin’s expansive resources in Public Policy, Social Welfare, and Urban Planning, the major combines critical thinking, social science methodology, and experiential learning, connecting the dots between theory and action.
The Luskin School of Public Affairs offers three minor programs.
The Minor in Public Affairs teaches students the skills of policy analysis and exposes them to the many issues facing today’s policymakers and opinion leaders. The Minor in Urban and Regional Studies offers students a means to address some of the most pressing issues faced by our cities and communities at the urban and regional level. The Minor in Gerontology provides students with a foundational understanding of the current state of science related to human aging and enables them to contribute, personally and professionally, to a diverse aging society.