ATTENTION RIC STUDENTS: Hours have been extended in OASIS and the Bursar and Records offices. Click for details.
Emphasis is on the central role of public budgets in policy formation and on the search for balance among a representative public work force, neutral competence, and political responsiveness. (Formerly Politics of Public Management: Budgeting and Personnel Administration.)
4 credit hours
- POL 301 or consent of department chair
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