bpa301 | undergraduate
Foundations Of Public Administration
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Current Public Administration Challenges and Complexities
- Analyze major trends in public policy issues.
- Evaluate government's ability to respond to changing and complex public policy issues.
Social and Political Theory in Public Administration
- Identify the major theories underpinning public administration in the United States.
- Describe the development of federalism and the relationships among the various levels of government in the United States.
Core Functions of Public Administration
- Compare and contrast the roles of administrators in the public and private sectors.
- Explain the role of planning in the public sector.
- Explain public budgeting and finance processes.
Leadership and Decision-Making in Public Administration
- Determine the resources and constraints that distinguish public sector leadership.
- Explain how resources and constraints influence decision-making.
- Outline the qualities of an effective leader in the public sector.
Ethics in Public Administration
- Analyze the relationship between doing well for government and doing the public good.
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