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|6000||Public Policy Formulation and Implementation||R||9:05-10:55am||Page 60||Yi|
|6000||Public Policy Formulation and Implementation||R||7:40-9:05pm||Page 60||Yi|
Overview of the public policy process and the historical and contemporary context in which policy making and implementation are carried out in the United States at the federal, state and local levels.
|6030||Public Sector Economics||MW||3:00-4:50||Hagerty 062||Hooker|
|6030||Public Sector Economics||M||7:00-8:50pm||Mendenhall Lab 115||Young|
Economic analysis in the public sector. Application of economic analytical techniques to identify and frame public policy problems; analysis of policy solution trade-offs; efficiency; market failure; public choice.
|6040||Public Budgeting&Finance||T||5:45-7:35pm||Mendenhall Lab 0175||TBD|
Survey/analysis of government fiscal activities; taxation principles, intergovernmental relations, fiscal problems; public sector budgeting; budgets as mechanism for planning/allocating/controlling resources; tools for program and results evaluation.
Prereq: 6030 (830), or permission on instructor.
|6050||Managing Public Sector Organizations||R||5:45-7:35pm||Mendenhall Lab 0174||Taylor|
|6050||Managing Public Sector Organizations||T||11:05-12:55||Page Hall 40||Brown|
Learn to manage public sector organizations with a focus on the external environment: context of public sector organizations, their structure, how they operate; managing organizational performance, innovation, and change.
|6060||Managing Human Resources in Puiblic Orgs||T||7:45-9:35pm||Mendenhall Lab 0125||Stenta|
Management of public sector organizations with focus on internal operations, processes, and resources; human resource management, information technology; other aspects of internal capacity.
|6070||Public Affairs Statistics||R||12:40-2:30pm||Page Hall 40||Hassan|
|6070||Public Affairs Statistics||R||5:45-7:35pm||Page Hall 40||Hassan|
Provides students with analytical knowledge and tools necessary to acquire, manage and analyze data. Students learn probability and statistics to conduct analysis and evaluation and evaluate the quality of analyses conducted by others.
|5030||Local Government||MW||5:30-6:50||Page Hall 60||Long|
Designed to provide a basic introduction to local governments and their relationship to state government. The course will cover organization, structure, responsibilities, management, and financing of local governments.
|5240||Race and Public Policy in the United States||TR||2:20-3:40||Mendenhall Lab 0125||Fergus|
This course explores race and public policy in the United States from Reconstruction to the present. In particular, the class is designed to look at the long history of ?hot topics? in the current policy landscape, including policing, housing, wealth gap, immigration, voting, political representation, and others.
Cross-listed with AFAMAST 5240.
*** NOTE: The PUBAFRS section of the course is currently full. You can enroll in the AFAMAST 5240 section. ***
|TR||3:55-5:15||Mendenhall Lab 0174||Wagner|
The course examines frameworks and theories of public administration, governance, and policy for science and engineering at the international level. It will critique existing theories of global knowledge development and transfer, governance, and trade through the lens of science and engineering. Prereq Junior, Senior, or Grad standing.
|7501||Grant Writing||W||6:00-8:45||Knowlton Hall 0175||Wade|
An introduction to the public sector process of grant writing including techniques and structure.
Cross-listed with CRP 6610.
|7533||Nonprofit Financial Management||T||5:45-8:30||Mendenhall Lab 0129||Kilgore|
Focuses on financial management in nonprofit organizations which may rely primarily on donor support through pledges, grants and endowments or on revenues generated through the provision of services.
Prereq. PUBAFRS 6040, or permission of instructor.
|7553||Nonprofit Management & Governance||TR||1:50-3:10||Mendenhall Lab 0129||Tschirhart|
Advanced survey course on nonprofit management and governance, with a concentrated focus on evaluating and managing nonprofit capacity to achieve organizational performance and system impact.
|7571||Multivariate Data Analysis||TR||3:55-5:15||Page Hall 40||Greenbaum|
Provides an understanding of regression techniques, both from a "producer's" and a "consumer's" perspective. Regression, a statistical method used to study the relationships between variables, is used in public policy analysis.
|6500||Written & Oral Communications||W||12:45-2:35||Page Hall 040||Glaros|
|6500||Written & Oral Communications||M||5:45-7:35||Mendenhall Lab 0131||TBD|
Being an effective communicator can determine the reach and impact of policy, as well as the ability of a public manager to influence change. Course information includes becoming a better writer and speaker on a topic of public policy - including communicating to diverse audiences with differing information demands.
|6510||Converying Quantitative Data||TBD||TBD||TBD||TBD|
Provides students with an understanding of how to convey complex information visually using software tools as to facilitate, frame and inform debates around issues in public policy and public finance.
|6513||Special Topic: Excel 1 - Basic (session 1)||M||3:00-4:50||Page Hall 040||Young|
This first of two Excel courses focuses on how to use Microsoft Excel from basic data entry, formatting, filtering and sorting, basic functions and formulas, basic nest formulas, and basic charts and graphs. A variety of techniques and data management concepts are presented and discussed. Real world examples are used to provide context.
|6514||Special Topic: Excel 2- Advanced (session 2)||M||3:00-4:50||Page Hall 040||Young|
Excel Advanced Skills focuses on how to use intermediate to advanced Microsoft Excel functionality from nested formulas to data analysis through the use of pivot tables and creating interactive worksheets. A variety of techniques and data management concepts are presented and discussed. Real world examples are used to provide context.
Excel Basic class is not required but recommended for beginners.
|6890||Special Topic Skills: Lean Management||TBD||TBD||TBD||Crowley|
Simpler. Faster. Better. Less costly. These terms aren’t often synonymous with government, but teams throughout Ohio, New York, Iowa and many more have been working to apply them to the business of government. This course will provide valuable insight on how lean in government can make meaningful and lasting improvements with the results to prove it. This doesn’t just mean paperwork moves faster – these improvements have helped strengthen the ability to recruit and retain companies, speed up law enforcement’s hunt for criminals and make much-needed cost savings. This course begins with an introduction to lean management that is combined with a process simulation that is based on a real government process. Participant will experience firsthand the frustration of working in a complex process. Each week will build on the previous weeks assignment and classroom exercise that adds a new lean tool to the student’s portfolio. Upon completion of the course each student will be able to identify lean projects, project barriers, and apply the appropriate lean tools.
|8193 Individual Studies|
| 5122 Landsbergen, D.
5123 Moulton, S.
5124 Raadschelders, J.
5127 Wagner, C.
5129 Lavertu, S.
5130 Clark, J.
5113 Brown, T.
5131 Dormady, N.
5132 Hooker, N.
5133 Yi, H.
5171 Bielicki, J.
5115 Desai. A.
5116 Girth, A.
5117 Greenbaum. R.
5118 Hassan, R.
5119 Hallihan, K.
5120 Hawley, J.
Advanced individual studies in public policy and management. This course is graded S/U. All students must complete an Independent Study Form and submit it to 110 Page Hall.
|8999 Research in Public Administration: Dissertation|
5143 Hawley, J.
5144 Raadschelders, J.
16389 Wagner, C.
16379 Brown, T.
16380 Desai, A.
16381 Greenbaum, R.
16382 Hassan, R.
16383 Landsbergen, D.
16385 Moulton, S.
Research for dissertation purposes only. This course is graded S/U.