bpa303 | undergraduate
Public Programs: Implementation & Eval In A Dynamic Environ
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks This course is available as part of a degree or certificate program. To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Evaluating the Effectiveness of Policy Implementation
- Identify obstacles and constraints to policy evaluation.
- Analyze the theories and approaches of policy evaluation.
- Compare and contrast the various methods of policy evaluation.
Introduction to Policy Implementation
- Analyze the theories and approaches of policy implementation.
- Identify obstacles and constraints to policy implementation.
- Analyze relationships between policy developers and policy implementers in various organizational environments.
Key Players in Policy Implementation
- Explain the role of external parties in policy implementation.
- Analyze the designation of key actors in implementing public policy.
- Evaluate the impact of intergovernmental relations on policy implementation.
The Impact of Policy Evaluation on Programs
- Explain how policy evaluation affects programs.
- Explain the use of internal and external feedback in the policy evaluation process.
Practical Application of Implementation and Evaluation
- Analyze the steps involved in revising or terminating public programs based on policy evaluation findings.
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