Introduction to Public Administration
Political Science 100, 101, or 202 and 12 credits
The study of public administration is at the core of understanding government action and function. It is also at the heart of many core political science debates. What is the role of government? What is the relationship between elected officials and public servants? Who is accountable? What are the principles of managing within government? This course seeks to tackle all of these issues and more, providing students with multiple perspectives and the tools to formulate their own hypotheses in regards to these debates.