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PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION

Programs in public administration are offered at the graduate level by the Trachtenberg School of Public Policy and Public Administration in Columbian College of Arts and Sciences. The courses listed here are open to undergraduates.

2000-1 Justice and the Legal System I–II (3-3) Kasle
  The structure and function of constitutional law: the Supreme Court as an institution, how its cases are decided, and effects of its decisions on the political and social life of the country. PPPA 2000 is prerequisite to PPPA 2001, which focuses on the First Amendment. (Academic year)
2117 Executive Branch Politics (3) Staff
  Contemporary concepts and issues in public administration and management. Major trends and approaches to governmental administration in the U.S., including the changing federal role, roles of the public sector in relation to the private sector, and managing public agencies at all levels. Same as PSc 2217. (Fall and spring)
 

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