MPA 535. Budget in Public Agenc. (3 Credits)

addresses one of the most important and demanding aspects of government-the annual budget. A variety of different aspects of public budgeting are examined in an effort to introduce future public administrators to one of the largest challenges they will face. The development of the budget is affected by a number of factors, each of which must be identified and dealt with in order to prepare a comprehensive and effective budget. The political aspect of budget decisions and the ramifications of those decisions are extremely important as well. This course is designed to provide students in public administration with an introduction to budgeting in public agencies. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

MPA 540. Public Program Evaluation. (3 Credits)

considers the scope and methods of program evaluation, including analytical techniques necessary in evaluation. Discusses the roles of citizens, bureaucrats and elected officials in program design and implementation methods to carry out effective evaluations are presented. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

MPA 560. Business Law and Government. (3 Credits)

MPA 568. Public Personnl Admin. (3 Credits)

examines the issues surrounding the employment and the managing of human resources in the public sector. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

MPA 569. Intergovernmental Relations. (3 Credits)

covers the interdependencies between various governmental jurisdictions in our federal system. Examines the impact the federal system has on policy implementation and the allocation of government responsibilities. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: WAU

MPA 801. RESEARCH METHODS. (3 Credits)

MPA 810. POLS/SOC THEORY. (3 Credits)

MPA 815. ORGANIZ THEORY. (3 Credits)

MPA 820. ORGANIZ BEHAV PUB ADMIN. (3 Credits)

MPA 825. PUBLIC ADMIN LAW. (3 Credits)

MPA 826. ETHICS & PUBLIC ADMIN. (3 Credits)

MPA 830. PUBLIC ADMIN ISSUES. (3 Credits)

MPA 835. Budget in Public Agencies. (3 Credits)

addresses one of the most important and demanding aspects of government-the annual budget. A variety of different aspects of public budgeting are examined in an effort to introduce future public administrators to one of the largest challenges they will face. The development of the budget is affected by a number of factors, each of which must be identified and dealt with in order to prepare a comprehensive and effective budget. The political aspect of budget decisions and the ramifications of those decisions are extremely important as well. This course is designed to provide students in public administration with an introduction to budgeting in public agencies. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: OL

MPA 840. Public Program Evaluation. (3 Credits)

considers the scope and methods of program evaluation, including analytical techniques necessary in evaluation. Discusses the roles of citizens, bureaucrats and elected officials in program design and implementation methods to carry out effective evaluations are presented. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: OL

MPA 845. INT'L ISSUES. (3 Credits)

MPA 860. Business Law and Government. (3 Credits)

MPA 865. ISSUES GOVT DELIV SERVI. (3 Credits)

MPA 868. Public Human Resource Admin. (3 Credits)

examines the issues surrounding the employment and the managing of human resources in the public sector. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: OL

MPA 869. Intergvrmntl Relations. (3 Credits)

covers the interdependencies between various governmental jurisdictions in our federal system. Examines the impact the federal system has on policy implementation and the allocation of government responsibilities. 3 credits.

Prerequisite: None

Offered at: OL

MPA 870. ADMIN POLICE ORGANIZATN. (3 Credits)