Course DescriptionWhen governments choose to intervene in a policy area, they create programs. This course examines the process by which planning and evaluation of government programs takes place and explores the various methods that are used to determine whether programs are achieving their objectives. Programs in a broad range of areas will be examined, including health, criminal justice, education, welfare, environment, housing, poverty, and development. (Formerly PPA 602).
RequisitesPrerequisites: CPPA 102 or PPA 422; Antirequisites: INT 900, SWP 932
- Public Administration and Leadership : Electives (select 3)