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Spring 2013

EDCI 4398.06:
Integrated Intern II EC
Instructor:
Aziza Zemrani
Schedule:
Monday 5:45 pm - 8:25 pm
A seminar format facilitates the intern's integration of the supervised internship experience and the program's professional curriculum for elementary (EC-6) teacher certification. Emphasis is placed on linking classroom learning with practice in the field and integrating theory with professional practice. Internship situations and experiences will be used for discussion and analysis. This course must be taken concurrently with EDCI 4399.
SOCW 4353.01:
Integrative Seminar
Instructor:
Maria d. Martinez
Schedule:
Thursday 04:30 pm-07:00 pm
This course is taken concurrently with SOCW 4619 Field Education. A seminar format facilitates the intern's integration of the field education experience and the program's generalist curriculum. Emphasis is placed on linking classroom learning with practice in the field and integrating theory with professional practice. Field practicum situations and issues are used for discussion and analysis.
PUBA 4363.01:
The Politics of Scarcity
Instructor:
Aziza Zemrani
Schedule:
Thursday 04:30 pm-07:00 pm
Intensive study of a specialized area of public administration or a selected topic in contemporary public management. Prerequisite(s): Pols 2313 & 2314
PUBA 3323.02:
Intro to Public Admin
Instructor:
John R. Milford
Schedule:
Thursday 07:10 pm-09:55 pm
A survey of Public administration in the United States, highlighting a wide variety of topics in the discipline, but with emphasis on the general machinery of the national bureaucracy and on the powers, problems and control of its agencies. Student may receive credit for PUBA 3323 or POLS 3323. Prerequisite(s): POLS 2313 & 2314.
PUBA 3324.01:
Govt Org & Admin Theory
Instructor:
Cynthia E. Lynch
Schedule:
Monday 04:30 pm-07:00 pm
An analysis of the various theories of public administration and government organization. The contribution of such theorists as Weber, Taylor, Mayo, McGregor, Maslow, Simon and others will be studied. The development of public administration will be surveyed. Prerequisite(s): POLS 2313 & 2314.
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