bpa381 | undergraduate
Public Administration Policy, Legal Issues, Law & Ethics
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Crime, Poverty, Health Care & Education
- Explain Poverty & Social Welfare policies.
- Describe Health care policies in America.
- Describe Educational policies in America.
- Evaluate changes in criminal justice policies.
- Describe the Legal & Constitutional Issues Associated with Equal Treatment & Bigotry in America.
- Explain Legal and Legislative Issues Related to Immigration.
Law & Ethics
- Evaluate Open Society in America based upon the Constitutional Protections that Focus on Individuals.
- Describe Attempts to Define Morality through Legislation.
Public Administration Policy
- Explain the government decision processes to do and not to do something.
- Identify the stages and steps in the development of public policy.
- Describe the contexts of various public policies.
Economy, Energy, Environment & Public Policy
- Explain Government-Business Relationships.
- Explain How Federal Taxing and Excess Spending Means Borrowing.
- Explain the Potential Conflicts in Energy and Environmental Policies.
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