Doctor of Philosophy in Public Affairs
Students select two of the four SPEA Public Affairs major fields to prepare for their qualifying examinations. For each field, the student must complete required courses and approved electives. The fields and the required courses are:
The design and operation of government and not-for-profit institutions, including strategic/operations management and interrelationships between public, private, and civil society organizations.
|SPEA-V 671||Public Organization and Management I||(3 cr.)|
|SPEA-V 672||Public Organization and Management II||(3 cr.)|
The theory and practice of fiscal administration, including public budgeting, revenue administration, and financial management.
|SPEA-V 666||Public Revenue||(3 cr.)|
|SPEA-V 668||Seminar in Public Budgeting||(3 cr.)|
Public Policy Analysis
Research methods and quantitative techniques for policy analysis, including the content, design, and evaluation of public programs.
|SPEA-V 664||Seminar in Policy Analysis||(3 cr.)|
|SPEA-V 673||Public Policy Analysis and
Management Science/Operations Research
Economics, law, politics, and implementation of environmental policies in the United States and abroad.
LAW-B 783 International Environmental Law
Topics in Public Policy:
Domestic Environmental Policy
SPEA-V 710 Topics in Public Policy:
International Environmental Policy