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Learn various approaching to studying and explaining the intergovernmental system with an emphasis on inter-organizational activities (i.e. negation, cooperation, and coordination within the legal setting).
Public Administration in American Society
Examine the basic environment, culture, and organization of public administration in the United States.
Review the behavioral aspects of the administrative process, its impact on organizational goal achievement and on supervisory strategies.
Skills You'll Learn
- Analyze policy issues and problems, articulate relevant decision-making criteria for policy analysis and evaluate alternative policy solutions.
- Manage complex projects for a local government or nonprofit agency.
- Demonstrate a leadership approach that considers public interest and social equity and how they are reflected in governmental fiscal administration.
2021 - 2031
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- State Government Analyst
- Community Relations Representative
- City Manager
- Operations Managers
- Program Managers
- Parks and Recreation Manager