mgt522 | Graduate
Public Administration-institutions And Processes
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Public Service and the MPA
- Identify the outcomes of the University of Phoenix MPA degree program.
- Describe the philosophy and evolution of public service.
- Describe the functions of public administration.
Public Sector Ethics
- Demonstrate how personal and public sector values may vary.
- Explain the importance of ethics in the public sector and intergovernmental relations.
Local Government and Organizational Theory
- Describe how politics and administration overlap.
- Identify decision making in an organization.
- Describe the general structure and functions of local governments.
State Government and Human Capital
- Identify the general structure and functions of state governments.
- Describe human capital in the public sector.
Intergovernmental Relations and Public Policy
- Describe the concept and application of federalism.
- Analyze intergovernmental relations.
- Identify public policy-making models and strategic planning.
Fiscal Sources and Public Policy Implementation
- Explain budgeting and finance in the public sector.
- Compare privatization at the local and state levels.
- Describe fiscal federalism related to public policy at the local and state levels.
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