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Budget, Finance, And Planning

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This course explores public sector revenue sources, allocation of funds, governance, public stewardship, responsible economic policies, debt, and the requirement for accurate and complete reporting. Various budgetary approaches used in federal, state, and local agencies are analyzed.

This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.

Course details:

Credits: 3
Continuing education units: XX
Professional development units: XX
Duration: 5 weeks

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    Capital Projects, Operating Budgets, and Debt

    • Analyze types of debt.
    • Determine capital sources of public funding.
    • Determine effects of capital projects on operating budgets.

    Public Sector Budget Reporting and Ethics

    • Describe the importance of responsible public stewardship.
    • Evaluate fiscal strengths and deficiencies of government financial reporting.

    Fundamentals of Public Sector Budgeting

    • Compare public and private budgets and preparation.
    • Determine operating and funding sources of public revenue.
    • Explain effects of demographics on public revenue services.

    Public Funding and Operational Sources

    • Compare types of operating budgets.
    • Discuss challenges criminal justice leaders face with differing operating budgets.

    Infrastructure and Capital Budgeting

    • Analyze the effect of capital budgets on government financial reports.
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