PADR 505

Policy-making and Policy Communities

Units: 1.5

Students learn about the public policy-making process and develop skills in the art and craft of policy analysis. Introduces key concepts and theories and then builds skills and knowledge with information-gathering exercises, case studies, and preparation and presentation of decision briefs. Students review policy-making in a broad context, pulling together evidence and different analytical lenses for a variety of organizations and identify and recommend strategies and develop workable implementation and communication plans.

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Prerequisites:

  • Admission to MA program in Dispute Resolution or admission to MPA program (on Campus).

Graduate course in the Public Administration Dispute Resolution program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.

Schedules:
Summer Fall Spring

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