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|2110||5895||Intro to Public Affairs||Online||Online||n/a||S. Lavertu|
|2110||5812||Intro to Public Affairs||MWF||9:10-10:05||Page Hall 0020||A. Roberts|
Outlines the public affairs profession and discusses how policy decisions are formulated, implemented, and evaluated.
GE soc sci human, nat, and econ resources course.
|2120||5813||Public Service and Civic Engagement||TR||9:35-10:55||Page Hall 0060||J. Clark|
|2120||31757||Public Service and Civic Engagement||MWF||10:20-11:15||Hagerty Hall 0050||J. Henry|
Explores how students learn to be engaged citizens, concepts related to citizenship and leadership, and how to incorporate these concepts into their lives and the lives of others with whom they interact.
|2130||5814||Leadership in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors||TR||11:10-12:30||Mendenhall 191||C. Wagner|
|2130||31758||Leadership in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors||TR||5:30-6:50||Mendenhall 191||T. Whetsell|
An examination of conceptual frameworks and theories of leadership effectiveness in the public and non-profit sectors, as well as the practices, strategies, and habits of successful public and non-profit leaders.
|2150||5935||Introduction to Nonprofit Organizations||TR||3:55-5:15||Page Hall 0010||D. Robbins|
Introduces students to the world of nonprofit organizations, in particular those whose missions address social issues and public service.
|2367||33829||Writing and Communication in Public Affairs||W||3:55-5:15||Mendenhall Lab 175||K. Ratcliff|
Hybrid course Offering. Meets in person, 1 day a week.
Being an effective communicator can determine the reach and impact of policy, as well as the ability to influence change. In this course, you will become a better writer and speaker on a topic of public policy; including communicating to diverse audiences with differing information demands.
Prereq: English 1110 or equivalent, and sophomore standing; or permission of instructor.
|3000||5816||Public Policy Analysis||TR||2:20-3:40||Page Hall 0010||N. Dormady|
Introduction to analytical techniques employed at policy formulation, implementation, and evaluation stages of public policy analysis process; strengths and weaknesses of techniques; development of related research strategies.
Prereq: Econ 2001.01 or 2001.02, and GE Data Analysis course; or permission of instructor.
|3110||5911||Education Policy in a Changing World||TR||12:45-2:05||Mendenhall Lab 0185||J. Hawley|
Provides an introduction to education policy for public sector leaders and an overview of the following topics: education and the economy; education and governance; teaching and learning in education; student outcomes; and career opportunities in education policy.
|3140||33107||Nonprofit Management and Governance||MW||2:20-3:40||Mendenhall Lab 0175||M. Tschirhart|
Survey and analysis of nonprofit organization management and governance, in particular those whose missions address social issues and public service.
|3500||5918||Public Management||WF||12:45-2:05||Mendenhall Lab 0125||J. Raadschelders|
|3500||31962||Public Management||TR||12:45-2:05||Mendenhall Lab 0131||R. Hightower|
Students will be introduced to public management concepts and gain the competencies required to function in a managerial (or pre-managerial) capacity in a public sector organization. Students will also develop perspectives on and approaches to address the unique challenges presented at the managerial level in public sector organizations.
|4000||31969||Policy Evaluation||MW||12:45-2:05||Mendenhall Lab 174||N. Hooker|
The purpose of this course is to develop and apply research design and analytic methods for public policy evaluation. The course will enable students to design and perform policy evaluations focused on policy processes and outcomes, using both qualitative and quantitative data. Prereq: Stat 1350 or above, and Econ 2001.01 or equiv.
|4011||5818||Policy Analysis Application||TR||3:55-5:15||Mendenhall Lab 175||C. Vance|
|4011||5817||Policy Analysis Application||WF||2:20-3:40||Mendenhall Lab 174||C. Wagner|
|4030||5870||Public Budgeting||WF||9:35-10:55||Mendenhall Lab 115||M. Barbash|
Public budgeting provides the policy & management oriented student knowledge of proper financial administration of the public sector in the economy. Includes basic methods for public sector finance budgeting and analysis.
Prereq: Econ 2001 (200). Recommended for students specializing in public or nonprofit management areas. Not open to students with credit for 834 or Econ 4300 (530).
|4060||5902||Senior Leadership Seminar||R||3:55-6:40||Enarson Hall 0226||S. Boden|
Students integrate multidisciplinary theoretical and practical approaches of leadership development and civic engagement to reflect on how leadership is defined, how it changes, and how individuals and groups can apply experience in college to civic minded engagement and change after graduation.
Prereq: Sr standing.
Internship with non-profit or similar organization in which students learn about sector combined with academic research component relevant to internship area.
Prereq: Students must have internship approved by John Glenn School prior to registering. Students may not receive credit for an internship already completed. Prior approval required. Repeatable to a maximum of 6 cr hrs or 2 completions.
|4310||5929||State And Local Government Finance||WF||11:10-12:30||Mendenhall Lab 0191||K. Young|
Financing public services by state/local governments. The fiscal relationship between state/local governments and the federal government. Apply techniques of economic analysis to policy issues.
Prereq: 4030 (730), or Econ 4300 (530), or equiv. Not open to students with credit for 4431 (531). Cross-listed in Econ 4310.
|4510||5920||Law and Public Affairs||MW||4:10-5:30||Hagerty Hall 046||M. Armstrong|
Introduces students to the legal environment within which public employees and administrators operate, emphasizing the work of the judiciary, and providing a legal basis for the study of public affairs, with a focus on how the courts engage in the policy making process.
|5400||5868||Planning for Housing||TR||2:20-3:40||Knowlton Hall 176||B. Hanlon|
Housing - including its uses, meaning, design, and role. The creation of a range of housing to support growth and revitalization of cities and regions.
Prereq: Not open to students with credit for CRPlan 5400. Cross-listed in CRPlan.
|5592||33617||Marketing for Non-Profit Organizations||MW||5:30-6:50||Mendenhall 131||K. Ratcliff|
Examines marketing principles of mission-driven organizations, specifically nonprofits and government agencies. It will provide students with an introduction to marketing theory, and will equip them with practical experience in developing a strategic marketing plan that addresses challenges unique to nonprofit and public sector marketers.
|5600||5903||Science, Engineering, and Public Policy||TR||3:55-5:15||Bolz 436||
Presents the history of the interactions between science, engineering, and public policy in the United States and in the context of global concerns (e.g. climate change, competitiveness), inquires into how various federal government, universities, & corporations conduct & fund science and engineering & explore how public sector interests & processes influence sci, engr & public policy.
Prereq: Jr, Sr, or Grad standing; or permission of instructor. Cross-listed in EnvEng.
|5700||5908||Rebuilding Failed and Weak States||TR||9:35-10:55||Mendenhall Lab 173||T. Brown|
Tackles the question of how to design policies and programs to rebuild failed and weak states into functioning, if not vibrant, democracies.
Prereq: Soph standing or higher or permission of instructor. Not open to students with credit for 670 or IntStds 5700 (670). Cross-listed in IntStds.
|5750||5934||The Business-Government Relationship||ON-LINE||ON-LINE||n/a||P. Sasty|
Business tools and strategy for influencing government; evolution and direction of public policy toward business.
Prereq: Sr standing or permission of the instructor.