The Public Management concentration focuses on the regulatory processes,
strategic planning, and implementation of programs necessary to run a modern
American Public Policy Making
Foundations of Public Administration
Public Personnel Administration Practice
Public Budgeting and Finance
Program Analysis and Evaluation
Organization Theory in Public Administration
Research in Public Administration in Political Science
Internship in Public Administration
Applied Research in Public Administration
Note: In-service students with experience are not required to take an internship (PSC 795). Students without experience will take 3 hours of internship, reducing their number of elective courses by 1 course, or 3 credit hours.
PSC 796 - The Applied Research Project: Before a student’s final semester, he or she forms a Plan B paper committee of three members and, with their advice, develops an approved research topic. The student will present his or her finished paper to the committee when completed. Both main campus and Global Campus students are encouraged to develop their research topics through the tutelage of the entire teaching staff.
Public Management Concentration
Regulatory Processes and Administrative Law
Intergovernmental Relations in the United States
Public Sector Information Technology Management
Implementation and Reform of Public Programs
Strategic Planning for Public/Non-Profit Organizations
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