The Woodrow Wilson School undergraduate concentration is founded upon WWS courses, cross-listed with multiple departments, that are relevant to the study of policy making, analysis and evaluation.
In addition to a flexible core curriculum, students enroll in policy seminars in the junior year and write a policy thesis in the senior year. Students can also choose electives from a wide range of policy-relevant courses throughout the University.
In order to declare WWS as a major, students must satisfy a number of prerequisites. When they declare in the spring of their sophomore year, students are asked to select from a list of policy areas within the Woodrow Wilson School. The purpose of the policy area is to enable students to acquire the tools, understanding, and habits of mind necessary to pursue policy problems of their choosing. Each student will be assigned a faculty course advisor appropriate to their policy area of interest and program of study.
For inquiries please contact the Undergraduate Program Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or 609-258-4861.