Policy, Planning, and Management

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Fall 2019

Last revised 04/18/2019

PPM#

Course Title

Day

Time

Instructor

Core or Concentra- tion

607

Elements of Planning

Th

4:10

Kim

Sustain

510/610

Governance

M

4:10

McDonnell

Core

640

Finance

Online

 

LaPlante

Core

535

Managing Nonprofits

Th

4:10

Lynn

Pub-NP

633

Strategic Planning

Online

 

Lynn

Pub-NP

515/615

Organizationl Leadership

T

4:10

McDonnell

Core

622

Applied Policy Analysis

Th

7:00

Zollitsch

Pol

613

Sust. Development Workshop

W

4:10

Kim

Sustain

611

Eco and Public Policy

W

7:00

LeVert

Core

522 Intro Arc/GIS Th 4:10 Staff Pol
553 Volunteer Engagement Online   Lynn Pub-NP
601 Appl. Data Analysis T 7:00 Staff Core
672 Food Planning W 4:10 Picardy Pol/Sustain

683

Environmental Law

T/Th

9:00

Moffa

Pol/Sustain

716

Organizational Leadership

W

5:35

McDonnell

Phd

Note:  MPPM graduate students should enroll in the 600 level course where there are two numbers.

 

Spring 2019 As of 10/10/2018

PPM #

 

Faculty

Day

Time

Concentration/Core

510/610

Governance, Democracy and Public Management

Handman

Mon

4:10

Core

560

Crisis and Risk Mgmt

McDonnell

Mon

4:10

Pub-NP/Sustain

581

Global Planning Issues: Megacities

Kim

Tues

4:10

Sustain

632

Human Resources

Handman

On-line

 

Pub-NP

640

Public Finance

LaPlante

On-line

 

Core

GEO 518

GIS Applications II

Bampton

 

 

Sustain/Pub-NP

601

Applied Statistics

LaPlante

On-line

 

Core

570

Argumentation

McDonnell

Tues

4:10

Policy/Pub-NP

545

Grantwriting

Zollitsch

Th

7:00

Pub/NP

515/615

Organizational Leadership

McDonnell

Wed

4:10

Core

512/612

Sustainable Communities

Kim

Wed

7:00

Core

708

Economic Foundations for PP Research

Staff

Wed

5:35

Phd

531

Performance Measures

Ball

On-line

 

Policy/Pub-NP

639

Topics: Political Economy of Food

Mamgain

Th

4:10

Policy

 

Please contact your advisor regarding enrollment in a Capstone or Public Service Internship.  These courses require permission to register.

 

The program offers 2 or 3 elective courses each summer. Students may alos wish to complete an internship during the summer.