Public Affairs students will be able to:

  • Utilize the tools needed for community leadership, including the ability to work with diverse persons/people and appreciate different perspectives.
  • Understand the interface of public affairs theory, policy development, and its application to service for a more just and humane world.
  • Develop critical thinking, research skills, and effective writing to shape public policy development and analysis.
  • Demonstrate the ability to work with others to translate public need into public policy and planning.
  • Develop human and financial management skills.

Contact Us

 

Kevin Ward, PhD
Associate Professor and Director
Casey Building 209 West
206.296.5438
wardke@seattleu.edu

Kimberly Gawlik, JD
Senior Administrative Assistant
206.296.5440
gawlikk@seattleu.edu

Institute of Public Service

Casey Building 2 West
206.296.5440