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SBPA Course Descriptions

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School of Business & Public Administration

SBPA Course Descriptions

Below is a list of courses from the Course Catalog for the School of Business and Public Administration.

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  • PA 526 PRIV ENTERPR & PUBLIC POLICY

    Governmental process in the formulation of policy in relation to the private enterprise sector. Framework and organization of administrative agencies in the regulation and supervision of private industry. Nature of the "public interest" and the interrelationship of interests affecting governmental policy toward business enterprise.

  • PA 535 INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

    Study of the dynamics of relations among governmental units, including the movement towards regionalization and councils of government. Study of the impact of "new federalism" concepts and revenue sharing upon states, territories and of local issues and problems.

  • PA 540 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW

    Study of administrative law, including issues of separation of powers; regulatory commissions; processes of administrative adjudication; and judicial review.

  • PA 560 MORAL & SOCIAL RESPONSI OF OR

    This course deals with methods of social, economic, and physical planning. The concept of planning is approached from the theoretical, methodological and philosophical perspectives. It focuses on problem analysis to the final stages of program implementation and evaluation.

  • PA 561 PUBLIC PLANNING

    This course deals with methods of social, economic, and physical planning. The concept of planning is approached from the theoretical, methodological and philosophical perspectives. It focuses on problem analysis to the final stages of program implementation and evaluation.

  • PA 570C SP.TOP.IN.PUB.PRSL-EMPLYMT.LAW

  • PA 598 INTERNSHIP

  • PA 690 SPECIAL PROJECT

    Course is open to students admitted to degree candidacy and qualified to do independent study in business, economics, or public administration under the direction of a professor in the field.

  • PA 692 PRACTICUM

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