Public Administration (PUB)

Courses

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PUB-111. Public Administration. 3 Credits.

LECT 3 hrs
A survey of the practices and political relationships in public administration. Leadership, decision-making, personnel, and budgetary functions within governmental agencies are examined. The role of the public administrator in contemporary government is analyzed. The implementation of public policy at all levels of government, with emphasis on state and municipal institutions, is covered.

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PUB-250. Field Experience-Public Administration. 3 Credits.

COOP 3 hrs
The student is expected to participate in the activities of an administrative agency under the joint supervision of a faculty member and the agency. Introduction and review sessions are conducted by a faculty member.
Prerequisites: PUB-111.

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PUB-291. Special Topics in Public Administration. 3 Credits.

LECT 3 hrs
An examination of selected topics of issues in Public Administration. Topics differ each time the course is offered. Students should consult the department chair for further information.

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PUB-292. Special Topics in Public Administration. 3 Credits.

LECT 3 hrs
An examination of selected topics of issues in Public Administration. Topics differ each time the course is offered. Students should consult the department chair for further information.