POL 6 Public Management and Leadership.

Students will gain an understanding of the importance and workings of governmental agencies, their influence on society and daily life, and their prospects for promoting the general welfare. Furthermore, students will be confronted with both theoretical issues and practical problems in the courses, encouraging them to be real-world problem solvers through an understanding of the "fourth branch" of government, the bureaucracy.

1. POL 261 Public Administration (4); and

2. Select two from the following:
POL 362 Public Management, Leadership, and Administrative Politics (3), or
POL 364 Federalism and Intergovernmental Relations (3), or
POL 467 Public Budgeting (3), or
POL 468 Public Personnel Administration (3)

Note: Not open to majors in the Department of Political Science.

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