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PUAD-609 Topics in Public Management Course Level: Graduate

Topics in Public Management (3) Topics vary by section. The transformation of law and public policy into operational activities and its administrative challenges. Topics offered include the new public management; privatization and contracting out; performance management; cross-cultural administration; the management of "wicked" public policies; and traditional and non-conventional tools for delivering public services. Repeatable for credit with different topic.

Term: Fall 2018 Regular Term
Course Level: Graduate
Section Title: State and Local Management
State and Local Management (3) This course acquaints students with the major features and theories of state and local administration, with an emphasis on the intergovernmental context in which these governments function. The course uses political, legal, fiscal, and managerial perspectives to examine selected policy areas including education, health and welfare, economic development, and others. Meets with EDU-696 005 EDU-696 905 EDU-696 906.