Foundations of Public Administration

Instructor: Carl W. Stenberg

Number of Credits: 3

This foundation course introduces students to the historical and contemporary social, economic, political, and ethical context of public administration and governance in the United States. Students gain an understanding of public institutions and values and develop skills for interpreting and critically evaluating American public service issues.

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