PSC 220: Introduction to Public Administration 3 credit hours Most Americans have interacted with government office; from obtaining or renewing a driver's license, to paying a fine in traffic court, to applying for a passport, we engage with government and its policies, programs or laws each day. Simply put, public administration is the study of how government works, and as student in this course, you learn about government office by covering content such as public policy, communication, decision making, leadership, personnel, budgeting, and public service. In short, this course delves into bureaucracy with the hope that future administrators and bureaucrats are instilled with thorough understanding and appreciation. Offered Fall. 08/20/2020-12/08/2020 Hyflex Tuesday, Thursday 09:30AM - 10:45AM, Flowe, Room 116