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Political, Legal, and Economic Analysis

This interdisciplinary major provides students the opportunity to acquire knowledge and understanding of the operations, goals, and impact of large-scale organizations, of decision-making processes at various levels, and of the social context in which our legal institutions operate. The program develops analytical skills and abilities as well as creative approaches to problem solving that will enable women to act independently and constructively in whatever field they choose.

Students majoring in political, legal, and economic analysis (PLEA) may specialize in economic analysis, international analysis, or legal analysis. Each meets the needs of women who are interested in public and private sector careers; each has somewhat different requirements.

With Mills unique Bachelor's to Master's Accelerated Degree Programs you can earn two academic degrees in five years—increasing your career options after college. Click a link below for courses you can be taking now to prepare for your Bachelor's to Master's Accelerated Degree.
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Computer Science
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Public Policy

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P: 510.430.2338
F: 510.430.2304
E: plea@mills.edu

Last Updated: 5/23/14