PO 330 Public Administration
S1J 2007 DN
B.A., Grinnell CollegeMPA, UMKCFurther study Harvard Law, Federal Executive Institute
Jan 16 - Mar 5, 2007
5:30 - 9:50 PM
Milakovich and Gordon, Public Administration in America, 9th Edition, Thomson/Wadsworth
Huddleston and Dresang, Public Administration Workbook, Fifth Edition, Pearson/Longman
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We will learn through discussion and dialogue. It is critical that all assigned material be read so that students can actively participate in discussions. Questions will be posed to require students to think about issues. Assignments will encourage the application of course material.The Socratic dialogue will be used to demonstrate the relevance of current issues in public administration.
Learning Outcomes: Core Learning Outcomes
Class Assessment: Workbook topics and a final examination covering the above topics will be assigned and graded
Late Submission of Course Materials:
Classroom Rules of Conduct:
Honest disagreement and differences of opinion on issues are critical to the American system. All individuals are expected to treat each other with respect and encourage classmates to articulate their views.
Meeting - 1,
Text, Chapters 1 & 2; Read Huddleston (H) Exercise 1
Meeting - 2,
Turn in 2 typed memos, (H) Exercise 1
Text, Chapters 3& 4; Read (H) Exercise 2
Meeting - 3,
Turn in Forms 8 & 9, (H), Exercise 2
Text, Chapters 5 & 6; Read (H) Exercise 6
Meeting - 4,
Turn in Form 31, (H) Exercise 6
Text, Chapters 6 & 7; Read (H) Exercise 16
Meeting - 5,
Turn in Formz 78 through 84, (H) Exercise 6
Text, Chapters 8 & 9; Read (H) Exercise 17
Meeting - 6,
Turn in Forms 78 though 84, (H) Exercise 16
Text, Chapters 10 & 11; Read (H) Exercise 18
Meeting - 7,
Turn in Form 89 though 90, (H) Exercise 18
Text, Chapter 12;
Meeting - 8,
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Park University 2006-2007 Undergraduate Catalog Page 89-90
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