bpa302 | undergraduate
Politics And Citizenship: The Public Policy Environment
This undergraduate-level course is 5 This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Tools of Public Policy
- Analyze the uses of information in public policy.
- Discern the influence of the Internet on public policy.
- Discriminate among the sources of public information.
Limits of Public Policy
- Recognize the constraints that exist in public policy development.
- Identify ethical issues in public policy development.
The Environment of Public Policy
- Determine the perspectives and choices of public policy decision making.
- Determine the scale and scope of the public policy environment.
- Compare and contrast the policy-making process in business and government.
Stakeholders and their Relationship to Public Policy
- Subdivide the stakeholders in the public policy arena.
- Evaluate the needs and wants of stakeholders.
- Examine stakeholder diversity and the creation of coalitions.
Development of Public Policy
- Explain the roles of stakeholders in developing public policy.
- Diagram the steps to public policy formulation.
- Examine citizen expectations and the influence of interest groups.
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