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PA511 - Public Management

Course Description: PA511 Public Management: The common and distinctive elements of management at several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations, strategy and organizational behavior are discussed. 3cr.
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Public ManagementS2P2015Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Discenza, SuzanneTBA
TBA
15/18/ 0
Public ManagementS1P2015Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Stuteville, Rebekkah A.TBA
TBA
16/18/ 0View


PA511 - Public Management

Course Description: PA511 Public Management 3 cr. The common and distinctive elements of management at several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations, strategy and organizational behavior are discussed. 3cr.¡Ø
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Public ManagementS1P2014Master of Public AffairsDNTW931GSD3Stuteville, Rebekkah A.5:15 - 10:15 PM
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11/10/ 0View
Public ManagementS1P2014Master of Public AffairsDNTW911GSA3Jumara, John J.5:15 - 10:15 PM
--T----
9/10/ 0
Public ManagementF1P2013Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Stuteville, Rebekkah A.TBA
TBA
11/15/ 0View


PA511 - Public Management & Org Behavior

Course Description: PA 511 Public Management and Organizational Behavior: An analysis of the processes by which public administrators convert inputs into policies with an introduction to problems of policy analysis. The common and distinctive elements of management on the several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations is highlighted with the impact of technological changes considered. (From catalog 2012-2013)
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Public Management & Org BehaviorS1P2013Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Stuteville, Rebekkah A.TBA
TBA
15/15/ 0View
Public Management & Org BehaviorS1P2013Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADLA3Discenza, SuzanneTBA
TBA
15/15/ 0View


PA511 - Public Management & Org Behavior

Course Description: PA 511 Public Management and Organizational Behavior: An analysis of the processes by which public administrators convert inputs into policies with an introduction to problems of policy analysis. The common and distinctive elements of management on the several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations is highlighted with the impact of technological changes considered. (From catalog 2011-2012)
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Public Management & Org BehaviorS1P2012Master of Public AffairsDNTW931GSD3Stuteville, Rebekkah A.5:30 - 9:50 PM
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15/18/ 0View


PA511 - Public Management & Org Behavior

Course Description: PA 511 Public Management and Organizational Behavior: An analysis of the processes by which public administrators convert inputs into policies with an introduction to problems of policy analysis. The common and distinctive elements of management on the several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations is highlighted with the impact of technological changes considered. (From catalog 2010-2011)
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Public Management & Org BehaviorS1P2011Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADLA3Stuteville, Rebekkah A.TBA
TBA
10/18/ 0View
Public Management & Org BehaviorS1P2011Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADLB3McGregor, Neal L.TBA
TBA
12/18/ 0
Public Management & Org BehaviorS1P2011Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Stuteville, Rebekkah A.TBA
TBA
16/16/ 0View


PA511 - Public Management & Org Behavior

Course Description: PA 511 Public Management and Organizational Behavior: An analysis of the processes by which public administrators convert inputs into policies with an introduction to problems of policy analysis. The common and distinctive elements of management on the several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations is highlighted with the impact of technological changes considered. (From catalog 2009-2010)
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Public Management & Org BehaviorS1P2010Master of Public AffairsDNTW930GSD3Stuteville, Rebekkah A.5:30 - 9:50 PM
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13/15/ 0View


PA511 - Mgmt of Public Organizations

Course Description: PA 511 Management of Public Organizations: An analysis of the processes by which public administrators convert inputs into policies with an introduction to problems of policy analysis. The common and distinctive elements of management on the several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations is highlighted with the impact of technological changes considered. (From catalog 2008-2009)
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Mgmt of Public OrganizationsS1P2009Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Stuteville, Rebekkah A.TBA
TBA
7/15/ 0View


PA511 - Mgmt of Public Organizations

Course Description: PA 511 Management of Public Organizations: An analysis of the processes by which public administrators convert inputs into policies with an introduction to problems of policy analysis. The common and distinctive elements of management on the several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations is highlighted with the impact of technological changes considered. (From catalog 2007-2008)
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Mgmt of Public OrganizationsS2P2008Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Mills, Gregory PaulTBA
TBA
6/15/ 0
Mgmt of Public OrganizationsF2P2007Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Mills, Gregory PaulTBA
TBA
13/20/ 0


PA511 - Management of Public Organizations

Course Description: An analysis of the processes by which public administrators convert inputs into policies with an introduction to problems of policy analysis. The common and distinctive elements of management on the several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations is highlighted with the impact of technological changes considered. 3 cr. (From catalog 2006-2007)
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Management of Public OrganizationsF1P2006Master of Public AffairsDNTW931GS3Mills, Gregory Paul5:45 - 8:15 PM
-M-----
5/15/ 0
Management of Public OrganizationsS1P2007Master of Public AffairsDNTW931GS3Mills, Gregory Paul5:45 - 8:15 PM
-M-----
5/24/ 0
Management of Public OrganizationsU1P2007Master of Public AffairsDNTWGSX3Mills, Gregory PaulTBA
TBA
1/ 1/ 0
Management of Public OrganizationsU1P2007Master of Public AffairsDNTWGSX3Mills, Gregory PaulTBA
TBA
1/ 1/ 0
Management of Public OrganizationsS2P2007Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Mills, Gregory PaulTBA
TBA
9/20/ 0
Management of Public OrganizationsF2P2006Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Mills, Gregory PaulTBA
TBA
13/15/ 0


PA511 - Management of Public Organizations

Course Description: An analysis of the processes by which public administrators convert inputs into policies with an introduction to problems of policy analysis. The common and distinctive elements of management on the several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations is highlighted with the impact of technological changes considered. (From catalog 2005-2006)
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Management of Public Organizations S1P2006Master of Public AffairsDNTW810GS3Mills, Gregory Paul5:45 - 8:15 PM
-M-----
11/15/ 0
Management of Public Organizations S2P2006Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Mills, Gregory PaulTBA
TBA
18/15/ 0


PA511 - Management of Public Organizations

Course Description: An analysis of the processes by which public administrators convert inputs into policies with an introduction to problems of policy analysis. The common and distinctive elements of management on the several levels of government are studied. The management philosophy of public organizations is highlighted with the impact of technological changes considered. (From catalog 2004-2005)
TitleSemesterCampusRoomSectionHoursFacultyReqTimesDaysStatusSyllabus
Management of Public OrganizationsF1P2004Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Mills, Gregory PaulTBA
TBA
23/25/ 0
Management of Public OrganizationsS2P2005Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADL3Mills, Gregory PaulTBA
TBA
15/15/ 0
Management of Public OrganizationsS2P2005Master of Public Affairs - OnlineN/ADLA3Mills, Gregory PaulTBA
TBA
14/15/ 0

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