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SPEA-V260 topics courses may be used to fulfill certain SPEA Preparation requirements for SPEA majors. If you have any questions about how or if these courses can work for you, contact the SPEA Undergraduate Program Office to schedule an appointment with an advisor. You may check your Academic Advisement Report to verify where these courses may work. (Don't know how to find your Academic Advisement Report? See the brief tutorial.)

SPEA-V260 Professional Writing for Public Affairs fulfills the SPEA Preparation Professional Writing requirement for SPEA majors. See a brief course description: Professional Writing for Public Affairs.

SPEA-V260 Speaking and Public Affairs fulfills the SPEA Preparation Oral Communication requirement for SPEA majors. See a brief course description: Speaking and Public Affairs.

SPEA-V260 Microeconomics for Public Affairs fulfills the SPEA Preparation ECON-E201 requirement for SPEA majors. See the current syllabus: Microeconomics for Public Affairs.

SPEA-V260 Legal History and Public Policy counts only in the Law and Public Policy major. For other majors, it counts only as an elective towards the overall credits required for graduation. See the current syllabus: Legal History and Public Policy.

PLEASE NOTE: SPEA-V260 Model United Nations (2 credits) counts only as an elective towards the overall credits required for graduation. It does NOT count as a major selection for any major. See the current syllabus: Model United Nations.